Wide receiver Pierre Garon, who has been sidelined the past two games with a sprained foot, was limited in practice again on Thursday, Coach Mike Shanahan said.Its getting better, I can see that, Shanahan said, echoing sentiments the player shared Wednesday. But until hes able to go, hes just getting better.Joining Garon as limited in practice were: safety Brandon Meriweather (knee), running back Evan Royster (knee) and wide receiver Brandon Banks (hip). Its unclear when Banks was injured. He did not appear on the Wednesday injury report.Cornerback Cedric Griffin, meantime, did not practice for a second consecutive day. He was injured in the first quarter of Sundays loss to the Bengals and did not return.
The Atlanta Falcons play host to the Washington Redskins in their penultimate preseason game.
The Redskins will be looking to solidify their lineup with Trent Williams still holding out over a new contract, and Case Keenum, Colt McCoy and Dwayne Haskins competing for the starting quarterback job.
This year during the preseason, Redskins fans can participate in a one-of-a-kind broadcast, Predict The Game, where fans can win cash prizes each quarter. This live viewing experience will be on NBC Sports Washington Plus with the regular game broadcast aired on NBC Sports Washington.
PREDICT THE GAME HOW TO WATCH
What is this broadcast? Predict The Game is an easy-to-enter, free contest that allows fans to predict various game and player performance outcomes through a series of approximately 30 questions that will appear on screen during the alternate telecast on NBC Sports Washington Plus. Predict The Game leaderboards will be displayed at select times, and the winner of the contest will be revealed during NBC Sports Washington’s postgame coverage.
Where can I find it? Contest questions and leaderboards will be displayed on NBC Sports Washington Plus (Channel Finder).
How do I win? Fans will earn points for correct predictions, with the top eligible scorer at the end of the game earning or splitting the $500 prize.
Fans must enter Predict The Game, which is open to join throughout the entire game, and submit their predictions at www.nbcsportswashington.com/predict.
REDSKINS at FALCONS HOW TO WATCH
What: Washington Redskins at Atlanta Falcons, 2018-19 NFL Preseason Game
Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
When: Thursday, August 22, 7:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: The Redskins at Falcons game will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (Channel Finder).
Live Stream: You can live stream Redskins at Falcons on NBC Sports Washington's live stream page and on the NBC Sports App.
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Are you a die-hard NFL fan looking for a go-to spot to call your home this upcoming NFL season? Whether you're a fan of a local NFL team like the Baltimore Ravens or the Washington Redskins there are plenty of bars and restaurants around Washington D.C. to enjoy NFL Sunday.
We’ve found a list of the best bars in the district that offer can’t beat wing and beer specials, have several screens and will be sure to meet all of your game day needs.
2323 Eighteenth Street North West Washington, DC 20009-1814
Interested in booking your own private game day watch party? This is the place to be. Town Tavern features two levels with booths, bar seating, a huge dance floor, and multiple private party areas. The menu includes wings with various amazing flavors, burgers, $5 domestic bottles, $15 Bud Light Pitchers and a $20 wing/pitcher combo. There are 15 HDTVs to keep track of every team playing.
Ivy and Coney
1537 7th St NW Washington, DC 20001
Devoted to Chicago Bears fans, Ivy and Coney is a hangout spot for Chicago and Detroit natives craving for a taste of home. The menu specializes in Chicago-style and Detroit coney-style hotdogs, Chicago Italian beefs, peanuts and cracker jacks. Beers available on tap include Strohs, Old Style, Goose Island 312 and Bell’s Two Hearted. Games are displayed on several TVs, with an emphasis on Chicago and Detroit teams.
The Big Stick
20 M Street, SE Washington, DC 20003
This Big Stick prides itself as being a rustic, lodge-themed restaurant and sports bar with a unique menu specializing in sausages, sandwiches and a robust craft beer selection. Sunday Funday specials at The Big Stick include beer buckets with five of any canned or bottled beer for the price of four. Watch your favorite team on one of the 12 flat screens on display.
Penn Quarter Sports Tavern
639 Indiana Avenue NW Washington, DC 20004
Founded by a native Washingtonian sports fan, over the years Penn Quarter Sports Tavern has become a neighborhood favorite. PQST invites you to grab a bite and relax while watching your favorite sports team play at one of their two bars, outdoor patio or cafe. PQST has every package DirecTV offers and great game day drink specials.
201 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002
Union Pub grants you the experience to watch sports live on Capital Hill in a relaxed and friendly neighborhood bar. Chicago Bears fans flock to Union Pub for game days mainly for the game-day specials that feature $15 buckets of Bud Light & Budweiser, $5 rail drinks, $16.98 wing platter with your choice of sauce.
801 E St NW Washington, D.C. 20004
Penn Social is the go-to spot for entertainment. Get the best of both worlds with giant TV screens lining the basement to watch your favorite team but also join in on the fun with many games including Skee-Ball and cornhole. Try the $9 wings, $12 pulled sliders and all drafts are $2 off every day from 4-7 p.m.
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