Redskins injury report: London Fletcher doesn't practice Thursday; Trent Williams, DeAngelo Hall limited

Larry French

The Redskins had three key players who were limited in practice, or did not practice at all.

Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan told the media following Thursday's practice that linebacker London Fletcher did not practice, and Trent Williams and DeAngelo Hall were limited participants.

All three players missed Wednesday's practice, so Williams and Hall participating on a limited basis is an improvement. Shanahan is hopeful that all can play on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, but says it's too early to tell.

Fletcher and Hall are both nursing ankle injuries, while Hall also has an injury to his knee. Trent Williams missed practice with an injury to his thigh. All three players were able to play in last Sunday's victory over the New York Giants.

In addition, wide receiver Pierre Garcon (foot), punter Sav Rocca (right knee), and cornerback Josh Wilson (shoulder) were full participants in Thursday's practice. All are expected to play Sunday.

Washington is currently 6-6 on the season, and sits one game behind the Giants for the division lead and trail the Seattle Seahawks by one game for the last wild card spot. Sunday's game against Baltimore is a key game for the Redskins playoff chances.

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