The Redskins’ dire injury situation showed signs of improving on Sunday.
Wide receiver Jamison Crowder returned to practice for the first time since straining his hamstring August 7, which increases the likelihood that the rookie will make his preseason debut in Baltimore on Saturday.
“Jamison looks like he’s good,” Coach Jay Gruden said afterward.
Cornerback Bashaud Breeland also returned to practice, rejoining his teammates for the first time since spraining his right knee July 31. He's still, however, weeks from being able to play in a game.
"The way Breeland works, he will always side on the lower number," Gruden said, asked if the second-year corner is ahead of schedule.
Breeland is suspended for Week 1 of the regular seasoon, but is eligible to play the following week, assuming he's healthy. He was wearing a hinged brace on his knee Sunday.
Among the Redskins' other injury concerns:
*Trent Williams (foot/knee) and Ryan Kerrigan (knee) practiced after sitting out Thursday’s game for precautionary reasons.
*DeAngelo Hall (toe), DeSean Jackson (shoulder) and Will Compton (groin) participated in individual drills. Jackson said afterward that he hopes to practice fully later this week.
*Jordan Reed (hamstring) did not practice.
*Kai Forbath (quad) and Trent Murphy (hip) were also sidelined. Gruden said they’re day-to-day. Forbath said he hopes to resume kicking on Tuesday.