The Washington Redskins received some good news and bad news on the injury front for Monday's practice at training camp. First, the good news: rookie Ryan Kerrigan finally got on the field. The Redskins' linebacker had not practiced since suffering a hyperextended knee injury on July 29, but was finally on the field on Monday.
Rookie outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan practiced fully Monday morning for the first time since hyper-extending his knee on July 29.
Wearing a bulky brace, Kerrigan participated in 11-on-11 drills with the first-team defense.
"I'm sure he's not 100 percent but it was nice to see him back in the swing of things," coach Mike Shanahan said.
The bad news, though, is that free safety O.J. Atogwe missed practice with a hamstring injury. It may not be that serious, but it's yet another nagging injury to add to the ever-growing list.