Jammal Brown Injury: Right tackle could return from PUP list after bye week

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Jammal Brown could return to the Washington Redskins following Week 10's bye.

Washington Redskins right tackle Jammal Brown could come off the physically unable to perform list and return to the team following their Week 10 bye, according to head coach Mike Shanahan on Monday afternoon.

Brown was placed on the PUP list at the end of July due to a hip injury that had been bothering him since last season and was re-aggravated while Brown was running sprints just before training camp. On Aug. 27, the two-time Pro Bowler underwent surgery in an attempt to solve the problem.

If Brown is able to return following the bye week, his season debut will come in Week 11's divisional matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles at FedEx Field. It will be the first meeting between the two teams this season.

Brown was originally selected with the No. 13 overall selection by the New Orleans Saints in the 2005 NFL Entry Draft. The Redskins acquired him via trade in June 2010.

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