Another day, another series of non-updates from Mike Shanahan about the injuries of his players. OK, maybe that's exaggerating a bit, but Shanahan didn't provide too many specifics on the status of the Redskins' many injured players. The most noteworthy thing he said in his press conference today is that LaRon Landry remains a "longshot" to play against the New York Giants with an achilles injury.
Landry suffered the achilles injury during the blowout loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 10. He hasn't played since.
Meanwhile, running back Ryan Torain and cornerback Carlos Rogers did not practice today, and Shanahan said he is not sure whether either player will be able to participate in Sunday's game. Rogers played against the Vikings last week, but reaggravated his hamstring, while Torain has been out of action since a Week 8 loss to the Detroit Lions.