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DeAngelo Hall suffers groin injury at Redskins practice

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DeAngelo Hall suffers groin injury at Redskins practice

RICHMOND—Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall tweaked his groin muscle and left knee and did not return to Thursday’s joint practice with the Texans.

Hall watched the remainder of the three-hour long session from the sidelines. Afterward, the 31-year-old headed to the facility for further evaluation. 

“I’m going to get checked out, figure out what’s the issue,” Hall said after signing autographs for 15 minutes. “Achilles’ feels good, everybody; I didn’t hurt my Achilles. But definitely my groin is hurting a little bit right now. My knee is a little sore.”

Hall added: “I don’t feel it’s anything too major, but it definitely hurt enough for me to have to limp off.”

Hall said his groin was feeling “tight” prior to practice, but decided to suit up because the team already was without Bashaud Breeland (knee), David Amerson (shoulder) and Tevin Mitchel (shoulder).

“Just not doing anything for a couple of months tends to do that to you a little bit,” Hall said, referring to his lengthy layoff due to a twice-torn Achilles. “It’s a process. I know we’re kinda banged up. I probably would have been out even earlier because I wasn’t feeling that great. We’re so down on numbers, we got to get out there and fight through it. And that’s what I was trying to do when I tweaked it a little more.”

Hall was injured while backpedaling and making a cut to cover a receiver. He immediately went down and was helped by trainers to the sideline, where he remained until practice ended.

Stay tuned to CSNWashington.com for further updates on Hall’s status. 

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Redskins safety Montae Nicholson arrested on assault charges

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Redskins safety Montae Nicholson arrested on assault charges

Redskins safety Montae Nicholson was arrested on assault charges early Tuesday morning in Loudoun County, Va.

The 23-year-old Nicholson was charged with assault and battery and public intoxication following an incident on the morning of Dec. 18 at the One Loudon development.

A female suspect, 24-year-old Sydney A. Maggiore of Vienna, Va. was reportedly with Nicholson at the scene. 

According to police, via NBC 4,  the incident began after Nicholson and a women "pulled up in a vehicle and honked the horn" at a man and women.

"We are aware of the arrest of Montae Nicholson," Redskins spokesman Tony Wylie said in a statement Tuesday afternoon. "We are gathering more information and will not comment until we have further details.”

Nicholson started the first seven games of the 2018 season and has appeared in all 14, amassing 21 solo tackles. The Redskins selected Nicholson out of Michigan State in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

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Despite broken leg, belief growing that Colt McCoy will return for Week 17

Despite broken leg, belief growing that Colt McCoy will return for Week 17

A few weeks back when Jay Gruden explained that his Redskins decided not to place quarterback Colt McCoy on the injured reserve list despite a broken leg, most greeted the news with a scoff. 

Surely, McCoy would not actually return to play again in 2018 after suffering the broken fibula in early December. It's a broken leg, and only four games remained on the schedule. 

Well, think again. Asked the odds of McCoy's return for Week 17 on a scale of 1-10, Gruden didn't hesitate.

"I’d say 10 for Colt," the coach said. "That’s just my opinion. I just think Colt’s a crazy dude."

While Josh Johnson played reasonably well in a Week 14 win in Jacksonville, McCoy knows the Redskins offensive system inside and out. If he can get back on the field, it could be a big boost for Washington. 

That doesn't mean Gruden will push it though.

"It wouldn’t surprise me either way. It’s a tough injury to come back from and if he can’t make it back we won’t force him back," Gruden said via the Redskins Talk podcast. "It’s all up to the doctors. It’s not up to me. It’s up to the doctors. Even if Colt says, ‘hey, i can go, I can go,’ it’ will be up to the doctors."

In limited action over three games, McCoy is completing 63 percent of his passes for 373 yards with three TDs and three interceptions. 

Might the playoffs be a part of McCoy's quest to return? Sure, but Gruden made clear that won't skew his decision to bring him back. 

"If it’s safe for him to play, then of course he will play," Gruden said. "If there’s any kind of risk whatsoever there’s not a chance I will let him play."

The Redskins face the Titans on Saturday night in Nashville. Sitting at 7-7, Gruden's team is competing for the final NFC Wild Card spot, as well as holding an outside chance to get back in the NFC East contest. 

To make the playoffs, the overwhelming odds suggest the 'Skins need to win their remaining two games, in Tennessee and home for a Week 17 matchup against the Eagles. 

If Johnson pulls off another win this weekend, on the road, it's possible Gruden might want to ride the hot hand. For now, however, the coach isn't worried about that possible scenario. The team is just focused on the Titans. 

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