Cornerback David Jones (Achilles' tendon), wide receiver Pierre Garçon (foot) and safety Brandon Meriweather (knee) did not practice Thursday, Coach Mike Shanahan said.
Limited in practice were: fullback Darrel Young (hamstring), punter Sav Rocca (right knee), cornerback Cedric Griffin (hamstring), DeAngelo Hall (knee), Jordan Pugh (concussion) and defensive end Doug Worthington (calf).
Young and Rocca were not on the list Wednesday.
Nose Tackle Barry Cofield (shoulder) and tight end Fred Davis (knee) participated in full. Cofield was limited on Wednesday.
Shanahan all but ruled out Garçon for Sunday's game in New York. Meriweather, meantime, has been ruled out.
In a game as wild as Sunday's Redskins-Giants affair, where there was more storylines than Game of Thrones, some fantastic plays are forgotten. That's why this blog exists: To remind you of the fact that Jamison Crowder floored Dwayne Harris with one of the silliest jukes you'll ever see, in a move that should have Harris seriously considering retirement.
During the contest's second quarter, Crowder received a bouncing punt deep in his own territory. As the ball was hopping toward him, the second-year receiver was waving his arms in a "don't pick it up" motion, but eventually, he decided to.
Harris is wishing he hadn't.
After shimmying out of one New York tackle attempt, Crowder and Harris met on the sideline. It was here where No. 80 head-faked to the left then exploded to the right, and where Harris went flying into another dimension:
That right there is the Crowder Washington's front office was hoping they were getting as a punt returner coming out of Duke, and it was the first real flash from him in football's third phase. Harris, though, will remember the highlight as the sequence in which he realized the sport just isn't for him.
MORE REDSKINS: QUINTON DUNBAR MAKES HISTORY
Quinton Dunbar had one heck of a day in New York on Sunday in the Redskins 29-27 win over the Giants.
Dunbar grabbed an interception and made a catch in the same game, something no Redskins player has done since Champ Bailey on Christmas Eve in 2000. That was the last days of Bill Clinton's presidency, and four years prior to the invention of Facebook.
Dunbar's impressive feat was not done in vain either. Both the catch and interception were huge plays for Washington, one bigger than the next, in a game that swung back and forth for four quarters.
In the third quarter, Dunbar lined up as the gunner as the Redskins went to punt. Only the Redskins faked the punt, and Tress Way fired a pass down the left sideline to Dunbar. It was no easy catch either; Dunbar had to jump for the ball and had a defender right on him.
Later, as the Giants were driving to extend their fourth quarter lead and deep in 'Skins territory, Dunbar made an excellent one-handed leaping interception. It was a very athletic play and gave Kirk Cousins and the Washington offense the ball on what would prove to be a scoring drive.
In 2015 Dunbar proved his versatility to be a real asset for the Redskins. A receiver in college at the University of Florida, Washington flipped Dunbar to the other side of the ball to be a cornerback. As the 'Skins took off in the second half of last season, Dunbar came to be a integral part of the teams secondary.
That same versatility showed Sunday in New York, and now it has Dunbar's name next to Champ Bailey in the Redskins history books.
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