The Redskins' season has been dictated by more actions off the field than on it. A match-up with the Dallas Cowboys, however, is sure to get fans fired up, regardless of each team's respective woes. Speaking of woes, the Washington Redskins' injury report has several players with either limited participation or none at all.
Phillip Daniels and Kedric Golston did not participate in practice Wednesday. Daniels is hampered by an abdomen injury, while Golston has both groin and elbow problems.
Brandon Banks and Carlos Rogers were among the notable players that were limited in practice. Along with Kareem Moore and Lorenzo Alexander, Banks and Rogers are suffering from a knee and hamstring injury, respectively. Rogers missed the Redskins' Week 11 game against the Tennessee Titans and returned the following week against the Minnesota Vikings, but hurt his other hamstring. Rogers then sat out against the New York Giants.
Phillip Buchanon started in place of Rogers last week.