The good news for the Washington Redskins on the injury front is that it looks like running back Ryan Torain will be back in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. Torain practiced fully today and Mike Shanahan said he should be "full go," per the AP.
Obviously, this has happened once before. Torain was slated to play in Week 10 against the Philadelphia Eagles, but he tweaked his hamstring in warmups and hasn't played since. You can assume that the Redskins will be especially careful with Torain in warmups this time around.
Meanwhile, Carlos Rogers and LaRon Landry were both limited in practice, and their statuses are up in the air. Landry, who has pledged to play at some point this season, has missed the last three games with an Achilles injury, while Rogers has been out two of the last three games with hamstring issues. If those two don't play, you can expect more playing time for youngsters Macho Harris, Kevin Barnes and Byron Westbrook.