Injuries have put a cloud over the Washington Redskins' training camp so far. The team did get some good news on Wednesday morning as the results of Jamaal Brown's MRI revealed that the offensive tackle does not have a serious injury related to his hip, according to Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports.
Skins RT Jammal Brown's injury not serious. No surgery. Rest and rehab. No exact return date scheduled but not season threatening— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) August 1, 2012
Washington is counting on a healthy Brown to provide some consistency on the right side of their offensive line. With rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III taking snaps, the offensive line will be especially important this season.
Earlier, the Redskins lost guard Kory Lichtensteiger to a knee injury, and he might not play at all during the preseason. The team signed offensive tackle Jordan Black to provide some depth.
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