Brad Mills-US PRESSWIRE
Three Redskins' players were limited on Thursday ahead of the division deciding clash with the Cowboys.
Washington Redskins linebacker Tyler Polumbus returned to practice on Thursday after not taking part in Wednesday's session. He was listed as limited for Thursday, and will undergo a concussion test on Friday before determining if he's ready to play this weekend.
The Redskins had a pair of other players who were limited in Thursday's practice. Linebacker London Fletcher is still dealing with an ankle injury that caused him to miss out on Wednesday, while safety DeJon Gomes was limited both Wednesday and Thursday afternoons with a knee injury.
Wide receiver Dezmon Briscoe returned to practice today after being excused for non-injury reasons on Wednesday. Briscoe missed a flight back to the Washington area, which caused him to be absent from that session. Also appearing on the injury report but without limitation on Thursday were linebacker Lorenzo Alexander (shoulder), defensive end Stephen Bowen (biceps), wideout Pierre Garçon (foot), quarterback Robert Griffin III (knee), linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (ankle), center Will Montgomery (knee), wideout Joshua Morgan (hand), tackle Trent Williams (thigh), and corner Josh Wilson (shoulder).
The Redskins and Cowboys will meet on Sunday night, in what could prove to be the most significant matchup of the week. DeMarcus Ware headlined the Cowboys' injuries for Thursday.