Gruden concedes importance of naming starting QB for Oct. 27 game at Dallas sooner rather than later
Left tackle Trent Williams did not practice for the Redskins on Wednesday, nor did free safety Ryan Clark, cornerback Tracy Porter and linebacker Akeem Jordan.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III went through some practice drills for the first time since dislocating his left ankle in Week 2, but Coach Jay Gruden still won't put a timetable on his return.
Here's what players were talking about as they began preparation for their game on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions about Robert Griffin III's return, Brian Orakpo's future contract, front-office failures, and why the running game isn't working.
Five weeks after straining his hamstring in the season opener, tight end Jordan Reed will return for the Redskins and will start. Meanwhile, starting free safety Ryan Clark will play, but starting inside linebacker Perry Riley will not.
Left tackle Trent Williams practiced in a limited capacity, and a handful of other key Redskins players were on Thursday's report.
Robert Griffin III isn't yet ready to return to action, But the quarterback made an appearance on the sidelines during Monday night's pre-game warm-ups.
Tight end Jordan Reed is among the players deactivated for Monday night's game, but tackle Trent Williams will go.
Robert Griffin III on Saturday made a brief appearance on the practice field, joining his teammates for the warm-up stretching segment that preceded drills.