Washington Redskins quarterback John Beck was limited at practice on Monday, two days after suffering a groin injury on Saturday.

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Back on the field were tight end Chris Cooley and receiver Brandon Banks, who sat out the last two and four days of practice, respectively, both with knee injuries.

Rookie linebacker Ryan Kerrigan took part in positional drills for the first time since suffering a bone bruise in his right knee on July 29.

Still sidelined were wideout Malcolm Kelly, with a foot injury, and running back Ryan Torain (broken hand).

Safety O.J. Atogwe also wasn’t in pads for Monday morning’s practice, and neither was Clint Oldenburg, who missed the last two practices with an illness. Quarterback Kellen Clemens was not in attendance.

Tackle Jammal Brown, who attended a funeral on Saturday, was back in practice today. And joining the team for the first time were linebacker Keyaron Fox and defensive lineman Doug Worthington, who both signed over the weekend.