The week 3 NFL injury report for Thursday is out for the Washington Redskins as they prepare to face the Dallas Cowboys next Monday. Five players, including safety LaRon Landry and cornerback Josh Wilson, were limited in practice, according to the report.
Landry said prior to practice that "you'll see me" on Monday, so he thinks he will play after missing two weeks with a hamstring injury. However, he was limited in practice, according to coach Mike Shanahan. Here's what Shanahan had to say, via a team press release.
"Same thing. He’s working in some drills. He’s still limited but he’s getting better every day. We’re still hoping that he can get back in football shape, do what he’s capable of doing without setting him back."
Wilson was also limited in practice, and his status for Monday is more uncertain. He left the game against the Arizona Cardinals after taking a scary shot to the head.
Here is the full Redskins injury report:
LIMITED IN PRACTICE: DeJon Gomes (Hamstring), LaRon Landry (Hamstring), Mike Sellers (Ankle), Josh Wilson (Back), Darrel Young (Hamstring)
FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE: Brandon Banks (Knee), Chris Cooley (Knee), Keyaron Fox (Back), DeAngelo Hall (Toe), Logan Paulsen (Hamstring)
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