ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -Raiders starting running back Justin Fargas and left tackle Kwame Harris were inactive for Oakland's game at the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Fargas hurt his groin while running a pass pattern in a 23-8 loss at Kansas City last weekend. The Raiders didn't miss him much after rookie Darren McFadden erupted for 164 yards rushing and a touchdown.
Harris has been out since injuring a knee in Week 1. Second-year player Mario Henderson will take his place for the second straight week and make his second career start.
Tight end Ben Troupe, signed by Oakland on Saturday after being released by Tampa Bay, was also inactive. To make room for Troupe on their roster, the Raiders released tight end John Madsen.

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