Redskins Injury Report Week 9

Redskins Injury Report 8-6-2015

Redskins Injury Report Week 9

The only Redskins news pertaining to injury that came out of practice on Friday was about Bashaud Breeland, who tweaked his knee at the end of practice and is being listed as questionable for Sunday.

Only two Redskins players were limited on Friday. Safety Ryan Clark (ankle/shoulder) and tackle Trent Williams (knee) both are listed as probable for Sunday’s game against the Vikings.

Quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle); Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (wrist); Linebacker Trent Murphy (knee); Corner Tracy Porter (hamstring); Linebacker Perry Riley (knee) and inside linebacker Keenan Robinson (shoulder) all practiced fully and are listed as probable.

Coach Gruden addressed injuries at his Friday press conference.

“We had a little tweak at the end of practice there. Bashaud Breeland hurt his knee, he’s going to be questionable. But Ryan Clark is probable – everybody else is probable, other than Breeland, he is questionable. As for the quarterback, Robert got the majority of the ones today and we have every intention of giving him the start.”

Redskins Injury Report Week 9

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