Redskins Injury Update: Several Players Practicing Through Soreness For Washington

PHILADELPHIA, PA - JANUARY 01: DeJon Gomes #24 and London Fletcher #59 of the Washington Redskins react after a play against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on January 1, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Several players are practicing despite injury for the Washington Redskins

Three Washington Redskins players--safety Dejon Gomes, defensive lineman Kedric Golston and guard Kory Lichtensteiger--are practicing despite injury, according to Rich Campbell of the Washington Times.

DeJon Gomes wore a walking boot following Saturday's preseason contest with the Chicago Bears, however, he fully participated in practice Monday. Head coach Mike Shanahan believes he will be able to play in this week's game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Kedric Golston practiced in full, but he is still dealing with both a sore tricep and a sore elbow. Kory Lichtensteiger also participated in team drills but is still nursing a sore left knee.

Right tackle Jammal Brown is a different story as he remains out for the Redskins after received a cortisone shot in his left hip, his second of the offseason. Brown first hurt his hip during conditioning in late July.

For more on the Redskins preseason, visit Hogs Haven and SB Nation DC.

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