Redskins Vs. Texans: Albert Haynesworth Sprained His Ankle Wednesday, Could Practice Friday

The Washington Redskins have completed their Thursday and, as a result, have updated their injury report.  Most notably, as has been the case with recent Redskins’ news, was the status of defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth.

Head coach Mike Shanahan told the media that Haynesworth sprained his ankle in Wednesday’s practice, and as a result didn’t participate in Thurday’s session because he “was a little sore.”

It seems as though Haynesworth’s ankle sprain isn’t too severe, however, because Shanahan said “Hopefully it’s not too serious and he’ll be able to practice tomorrow.”

Other updates include:

  • Kareem Moore being ugraded to limited in practice after not participating Wednesday due to his knee injury. Shanahan told the media “He had his pads on today, went through some drills and we’ll just see how he does day by day. But he’s getting better.”
  • Donovan McNabb (ankle) and Clinton Portis (wrist) were both on the injury report, but both went through the full practice.
  • Perry Riley participated in the full practice after being limited Wednesday with a foot injury.

The Texans have not updated their injury report with Thursday's notes.

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