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RICHMOND--Josh Doctson, one of the Redskins' starting wide receivers and top performers in training camp so far, left practice early on Sunday afternoon with what was later disclosed to be a hamstring injury. The team announced that the injury would go under further evaluation. 

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Doctson left practice and went onto a table in the trainer's tent just off of the practice field. He stayed there until practice ended and then he slowly walked to the locker room, declining requests for comment. 

There is heightened concern over Doctson's health, especially when it comes to the lower body. He missed all of training camp last year with an Achilles issue, a problem that limited him to just two regular seaosn games. There is no indication that today's injury is in any way related. 

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