Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry did not participate in practice Thursday, marking the second straight practice a groin injury ruled out the five-year veteran. Landry suffered the injury in Sunday's victory against the Seattle Seahawks as he pursued running back Marshawn Lynch. Landry left the game initially, but was able to return for a few plays. He finished the Seattle contest with four tackles (three solo) and one sack.
Washington takes on the New York Jets this Sunday, and Landry's status for that game is not yet known. He's among three Redskins not to practice at all Thursday, joining defensive end Stephen Bowen and fullback Darrel Young.
Elsewhere on the Redskins' injury report, linebacker London Fletcher (ankle) returned to practice Thursday in a limited capacity after sitting out entirely Wednesday. Wide receivers Terrence Austin (hamstring) and Jabar Gaffney (foot) are new additions to the injury report, as the team limited them in practice Thursday. Further, linebacker Brian Orakpo, offensive tackle Jammal Brown, and wide receiver Niles Paul remained limited.
Safety DeJon Gomes, quarterback Rex Grossman, guard Maurice Hurt, and wide receiver Donte Stallworth practiced without limitations once again Thursday.