For a team coming off a bye week, the Washington Redskins appear way more banged up than one would expect coming into their Week 10 game at home on Monday Night Football against the Philadelphia Eagles. In his post-practice press conference, coach Mike Shanahan discussed the following injuries:
- Clinton Portis reportedly sat out most of practice after suffering a setback in his injured groin. Shanahan said he only got "a couple reps."
- Ryan Torain, on the other hand, went through a full practice and "looked pretty good," according to Shanahan. Torain had been suffering from a hamstring injury.
- If neither Torain or Banks could play on Monday, Shanahan said Keiland Williams will get the start.
- Brandon Banks still has not been ruled out of action despite having knee surgery over the bye week. Shanahan said he will try to catch punts tomorrow.
- Donovan McNabb's hamstring is "still tight," according to Shanahan. This despite McNabb telling reporters he was fine earlier.
- Brian Orakpo apparently had a back injury and didn't practice much today.
- LaRon Landry also was limited in practice due to a sore achilles.