The Washington Redskins received some good news on the injury front Friday afternoon, as safety Oshiomogho Atogwe (toe/knee) and offensive tackle Jammal Brown (groin) practiced for the first time this week. Though their participation is limited, and though the team lists them as questionable, the fact that they managed to practice is "a positive sign," coach Mike Shanahan said. Running back Tashard Choice (hamstring), who has yet to play since the Redskins claimed him off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys, is also listed as questionable after going through a limited practice. "He practiced today and didn't have any setbacks today," said Shanahan.
Safety LaRon Landry (Achilles') practiced in full Friday after going through a limited practice on Thursday, showing enough progress for the team to list him as probable against Miami. DeAngelo Hall did not practice Friday as his wife gave birth to twins, but he is listed as probable.
Linebacker Keyaron Fox (infection) and wide receivers Santana Moss (broken hand) and Niles Paul (turf toe) are out. Tight end Fred Davis (ankle), safety Reed Doughty (chest), defensive end Kedric Golston (elbow), linebacker Markus White (illness), and offensive tackle Trent Williams (ankle) each practiced in full and are listed as probable.