Four days after coming down with what the team's medical staff believed was a 24-hour bug, tight end Jordan Reed finally felt good enough to attend practice, but only as an observer.
Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson took part in team drills for the first time since suffering an ankle injury last Wednesday.
Redskins wide receiver Leonard Hankerson continues to improve while recovering from surgery last fall to repair ligaments in his knee and soon will meet with Dr. James Andrews in regard to receiving clearance to begin practicing.
Defensive end Jason Hatcher is nearing the end of his rehabilitation period and will soon join his teammates on the practice field, coach Jay Gruden said.
Left tackle Trent Williams returned to practice a day after receiving the day off to let a bruised shin heal up. Meanwhile, wide receiver DeSean Jackson received a day off on Saturday to allow some soreness in his legs to subside.
E.J. Biggers, Stephen Bowen and Leonard Hankerson all left Sunday's game with knee injuries.
The NFL is reviewing Redskins strong safety Brandon Meriweather’s helmet-to-helmet hit that knocked Green Bay Packers running back Eddy Lacy out of Sunday’s game with a concussion, a person with knowledge of the situation said.
Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said the rookie safety will be monitored on a day-to-day basis.
While waiting for surgery on his torn right triceps, Keenan Robinson has been a constant on the Redskins’ sideline during practice and in their meeting rooms.
The talk around the Redskins still centers on the quarterback's knee injury, even as Robert Griffin III tries to move past it.