Redskins Vs. Rams Injury Report: Chris Baker Back At Practice

The Washington Redskins injury report has been released following Wednesday's practice, and only two players did not participate in practice for the Skins. Wide receiver Pierre Garcon was held out due to his foot injury and safety Brandon Meriweather is still out with a sprained knee. Meriweather is certainly out for Sunday, but the Redskins hold on to hope that Garcon will be ready to go for the 1:00 p.m. contest against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.

Redskins backup nose tackle, Chris Baker, who missed Week 1 with an ankle injury, was a full participant at practice on Wednesday.

The injury report for the Rams is a little bit more cluttered. Rookie DT Michael Brockers is still out with an ankle injury, and DT Matt Conrath, who also missed Week 1, sat out of practice with his knee injury. DT Darell Scott, who also missed Week 1, was able to have a limited role in practice on Wednesday, still slowed by a knee injury. On the offensive line, G Rokevious Watkins missed practice with an ankle injury but OT Rodger Saffold was a limited participant. This is good news for Saffold, who appeared to suffer a major neck injury in the Rams' opener against the Lions, but came away with only a neck sprain.

For more news on the Redskins, check out Hogs Haven. To keep up with the Rams, head over to Turf Show Times.

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