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Posted at 07:17 PM ET, 07/31/2012

Redskins training camp: Shanahan waiting for results of Jammal Brown’s MRI


Redskins' offensive lineman Jammal Brown takes part in a blocking drill during Mini Camp in June. (John McDonnell - THE WASHINGTON POST)
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said the team still does not know the results of of Jammal Brown’s MRI. Shanahan said he expects to find out late Tuesday evening. Brown is expected to return to the area Wednesday.

Shanahan said receiver Josh Morgan (pulled hamstring) likely will miss a couple days of action.

Meanwhile, fullback Darrel Young (hamstring) could be sidelined for as long as two weeks. Shanahan said the Redskins have a couple of adjustments they could make for the Buffalo preseason game Aug. 9, such as two-running back packages.

Shanahan said he notices improvements in young players such as linebacker Perry Riley and receiver Aldrick Robinson because they have been able to go through OTAs this year to improve their understanding of the defensive and offensive systems.

Shanahan said Brandon Banks has had a good offseason and has displayed maturity in his approach to preparation. The coach again stressed that Banks must prove himself as a contributor on offense, and said the receiver is doing well so far.

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