Washington Redskin cornerback Lemar Parrish, who underwent arthroscopic surgery Monday to have cartilage particles removed from his right knee, and linebacker Charlie Weaver, who sprained his knee Sunday, are the only players who will be out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the New York Giants because of injuries, the Redskins announced yesterday.
Linebacker Brad Dusek, held out of the 33-31 victory over Detroit because of a bruised shoulder and knee, is expected to be ready for action at Giants Stadium. Wide receiver Virgil Seay, kicker Mark Moseley, running back Otis Wonsley and tackle Joe Jacoby -- all of whom have been slowed by injuries -- also should be ready.
For the Giants, quarterback Phil Simms, who suffered knee, ankle and groin injuries when he was sacked nine times during the Giants' 26-7 loss to the Jets two weekends ago, probably will return to the lineup for the 4 p.m. game.
A Giants' spokesman said Simms would return to practice today and a decision will be made on the basis of how he feels after two days of practice. Scott Brunner quarterbacked the Giants in their 26-24 loss Sunday against Green Bay.
Center Jim Clack, 34, who had surgery on both knees and retired during the Giants' training camp this summer, cleared procedural waivers and rejoined the team yesterday. With Ernie Hughes lost to knee surgery, either Clack or Ed McGlasson, a Potomac resident and Bullis graduate who has been Hughes' backup, will start at center against the Redskins.