Redskins vs. Lions – Redskins Injury Update


Aug 28, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall (23) looks on prior to the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Redskins vs. Lions – Redskins Injury Update 

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1.  DeAngelo Hall  CB – Toe – Day to Day Hall has dealt with a few injuries during training camp.  This time it’s a toe injury but the x-rays came back negative.  However, he more than likely won’t play this week.

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2.  Jamison Crowder – WR – Hamstring – Out Crowder has returned to practice in a limited fashion but according to head coach Jay Gruden, he probably still won’t play this week.  The third preseason game is when he’ll make his debut.       Redskins vs. Lions

3.  DeSean Jackson – WR – ShoulderOut  Jackson injured his shoulder in training camp after running into a blocking sled.  He was slated to be out of the lineup for two weeks so he will not play again this week.

4.  Jordan Reed – TE – HamstringOut  Jordan Reed has started the season with injury trouble again.  He had work on his knee this offseason and now he’s having hamstring trouble again.  He won’t play against the Lions.

5.  Will Compton – ILB – Groin – Out Will Compton came into camp this year hoping to push Perry Riley at inside linebacker but so far Compton’s push has been slowed by a groin injury.  He more than likely will be out this week.

6.  Frank Kearse – DE – ShoulderOut  Kearse is dealing with a shoulder injury.  The Redskins could use his pass rushing ability but he also won’t play this week.

7.  Keenan Robinson – ILB – Sore Achilles – Out  Robinson has had a good camp and seems poised to improve on his solid first season as a starter in 2014.  So there’s no need to risk further injury at this point.

8.  Niles Paul – TE – Ankle – Out Paul had earned the starting spot at tight end but had his ankle dislocated as he was blocking on a running play.  He’s now out for the rest of the season and the Redskins depth at tight end is now questionable.

9.  Silas Redd – RB – Knee – Out Redd tore his ACL in the first preseason game against the Cleveland Browns.  He’s also out for the season.

10.  Bashaud Breeland – CB – Knee – Out Breeland Injured his knee early in training camp and is slated to be out 4-6 weeks.  The injury was thought to be worse initially but it seems as though Breeland will be back early in the season after serving a one-game suspension.

11.  Logan Paulsen – TE – Big Toe – Out Paulsen is competing again for the third tight end spot but he may need surgery after injury his big toe in training camp.  Until a determination on surgery can be made, Paulsen won’t be playing in Redskins vs Browns.

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