Injury Report: Five Players Able To Practice Fully
The Redskins listed seven players on their injury report, though five of them, including tight ends Fred Davis and Logan Paulsen, were able to complete a practice on Wednesday afternoon.
BY ZAC BOYER
ASHBURN – Cornerback David Amerson was limited in practice on Wednesday as he recovers from a concussion, according to the injury report.
Amerson expected to be able to practice in some fashion and will need to continue to pass concussion tests in order to be cleared to play Sunday against the Bears.
Tight ends Fred Davis and Logan Paulsen were among five players who the Redskins listed on the report who finished a practice despite injury. Davis is still recovering from a sprained right ankle, while Paulsen has a sprained MCL in his left knee.
Center Will Montgomery (knee) and cornerback Jerome Murphy (ankle) each sustained unspecified injuries in Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys, though they practiced fully – as did outside linebacker Brandon Jenkins, who has missed the last two games with a sprained right ankle.
Nose tackle Chris Neild, hampered by a strained right calf, was limited in practice Wednesday.