Rookie Trent Murphy fractured the third metacarpal in his right hand during a play late in the first quarter and did not return.
Jay Gruden was understandably upbeat and proud of Washington's effort in his postgame press conference Saturday evening.
By Chelsea Janes
After missing last week's game because of a lower leg contusion, wide receiver DeSean Jackson returned to action in a limited capacity on Wednesday.
In his first start at FedEx Field, Colt McCoy will be without his deepest threat, wide receiver DeSean Jackson, ruled inactive with leg bruises
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and five other Redskins players missed Thursday’s practice with injuries and remain questionable for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams.
Washington’s ailing defensive backfield short-handed, as Brandon Meriweather, Chase Minnifield sit out practice; Ryan Clark, E.J. Biggers limited
Washington’s injury-depleted secondary can ill-afford to lose safety Brandon Meriweather (sprained toe) against St. Louis
Five Redskins players left Sunday's game with injury and were unable to return. The team's medical staff will monitor them in the coming days to gain a better understanding on their availability for the next game.
Left tackle Trent Williams practiced in a limited capacity, and a handful of other key Redskins players were on Thursday's report.
Tight end Jordan Reed is among the players deactivated for Monday night's game, but tackle Trent Williams will go.