Safety DeAngelo Hall and left tackle Trent Williams headlined a handful of Redskins who were not practicing Wednesday. Here’s the complete rundown:
- Hall, who suffered a calf muscle injury late in Saturday night’s win over the Eagles, was watching from the sideline. He said Tuesday that the injury is not as a serious as he initially feared, but he still was not sure if he’ll suit up in Dallas on Sunday.
- Williams (assortment of bumps and bruises) was also held out. He missed one snap in Philly…and could be candidate to sit out Sunday, if Coach Jay Gruden decides to rest his starters.
- DE Jason Hatcher (knee/maintenance) was a spectator, as well. He’s been skipping Wednesday’s practice almost all season in an effort to stay fresh for Sunday.
- CB Quinton Dunbar (undisclosed so far) rubbed the outside of his knee during the team stretch and later rehabbed off to the side. His iffy status could be the reason CB Jeremy Harris was elevated from the practice squad on Tuesday.
- RB Matt Jones (hip/abdomen) returned to practice after missing Saturday’s game. He was wearing additional padding around his midsection.
- FS Dashon Goldson (rib/assortment of bumps and bruises) was not practicing, either. He was the only Redskins’ defender to play all 81 snaps Saturday, despite a cracked rib.
- DE Chris Baker (elbow) also did not appear as though he was going to practice.
As usual, Gruden will address the team’s injuries after practice. He also might provide some insight regarding his plan for the starters at AT&T Stadium.