Receiver Washington Redskins receiver Jamison Crowder was on training for the first time in weeks, after missing the last four games with an ankle injury. The first receiver of slot machines on the team was limited, taking part in a few individual exercises. Coach Jay Gruden said he would have to make significant progress to play Sunday.
"We would have to have a good day tomorrow, like in team work and activities in the red zone," said Gruden.
The receiving corps also took another step towards the return of another player, as seventh-round rookie Trey Quinn returned to practice. Quinn was on the reserve after suffering an ankle injury early in the week that required surgery. The first day he is eligible to be on the list of 53 men is Monday.
Tackle Trent Williams (thumb operation), cornerback Quinton Dunbar (tibia) and running back Chris Thompson (ribs) did not train. Thompson was officially dismissed and Williams is expected to be out 2-3 weeks ahead, while Dunbar's status for Sunday's game is unclear.
Right tackle Morgan Moses was limited and continued to wear a thick brace on his right knee. Jordan Reed was also limited with a back injury.
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