OAKLAND, CALIF. — Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor is inactive for Sunday’s game against the Redskins.
In Pryor’s place, backup Matt Flynn will make his third career start.
Pryor sustained a concussion last Sunday after a helmet-to-helmet hit against the Broncos, but resumed practice Thursday.
In three starts, Pryor rolled up 198 rushing yards and completed 53 of 81 passes for 624 yards.
Flynn is a longtime backup who once threw for 480 yards in one game for the Packers. But a big-money free-agent contract with the Seahawks didn’t work out and he was dealt to the Raiders during the offseason.