DECATUR, Ala. -- Police say someone shot at a vehicle driven by Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain while he was in his hometown of Decatur.

No one was hurt, and police said Friday they're unsure whether the shooter realized the vehicle belonged to McClain, a former Alabama football star.

Police say McClain called authorities about 7 p.m. on Thursday to report that someone in a group on a street corner had shot at his Chevy Tahoe while he was driving past. Officers found a slug stuck in the rear door of the SUV, but the bullet didn't enter the passenger compartment. No one was arrested.

"I just talked to Rolando, and he's doing good," Raiders safety Michael Huff announced via Twitter. "Everything is fine."

Raiders senior executive John Herrera said the team was aware of the incident.

McClain grew up in Decatur and played linebacker on Alabama's national championship team before turning pro.

McClain could not be reached for comment.

Bay Area News Group staff writer Steve Corkran contributed to this report.