Redskins Injury Report 12-10-2014
The Washington Redskins had five players who didn’t practice on Wednesday. Defensive lineman Barry Cofield (illness); defensive end Jason Hatcher (knee); runningback Roy Helu (toe); safety Brandon Meriweather (toe) and linebacker Keenan Robinson (knee) all did not practice.
Head coach Jay Gruden had the following to say about the injury report at his press conference after practice Wednesday.
“[Barry] Cofield did not participate. He had an illness – under the weather. [Jason] Hatcher, knee, did not participate. [Roy] Helu [Jr.], toe. [Brandon] Meriweather, toe. Keenan Robinson, knee. Limited were [Kedric] Golston, back and foot, DeSean [Jackson] with his shin, Colt McCoy with his neck and then Morgan Moses injured his ankle/foot area. He’s going to get an MRI this afternoon. Then full-go was [Will] Compton and [Chris] Baker.”
DeSean Jackson (shin) returned to practice but was limited. Gruden feels Jackson has a 50-50 shot to play this weekend.
“I think he can jog pretty good, we saw that today. It’s just a matter of him, he needs to air it out and hopefully tomorrow he will get some more plays in practice. Whether he is full speed or not, we just want to see him run. And then hopefully by Friday we can turn him up a little bit and see where he is, but he needs to be obviously full strength and I think – I’d say 50-50 right now. I know that is kind of a cop out but that’s kind of where he is.”
Colt McCoy (neck), Kedric Golston (back and foot) and Morgan Moses (foot/ankle) were all limited.