When Trent Williams reaggravated his knee injury on the final regulation play in the Redskins' win over the Packers, many expected the worst. However, Mike Shanahan delivered some good news to Redskins fans at the beginning of his weekly press conference today, saying that Williams' MRI came back negative and he won't need surgery.
Shanahan also said that right tackle Jammal Brown's MRI also came back negative and he also won't need surgery. Brown hurt his knee late in the third quarter yesterday.
Shanahan did say that both players are still "sore," so their status for next week's game against the Colts is certainly still up in the air.