LONDON—The Redskins got banged up a little bit during their tie with the Bengals today at Wembley Stadium but it seems possible that most of the players could return after the team has its bye next weekend.

Safety Duke Ihenacho may be the most seriously injured. He left the game in the fourth quarter and Jay Gruden said after the game that he had been diagnosed with a concussion. Those can be tricky; he could be fine when they play the Vikings on November 13 or he may still be out.

Safety Will Blackmon went out after he broke and dislocated his thumb in the third quarter. He was out for several series but when Ihenacho went out he had to return to the game.

Tight end Niles Paul suffered an AC sprain in his shoulder as he went up to try to catch a pass in overtime.

Tackle Morgan Moses also was injured in overtime as he sustained an ankle sprain. Ty Nsekhe finished the game at right tackle.

DeSean Jackson got a head contusion when he took a nasty hit on the sideline in the third quarter. He was evaluated for a concussion but it was determined that he did not have one. Jackson did not return to the game.