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Josh Wilson passes concussion test, practices fully

Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said cornerback Josh Wilson practiced fully on Tuesday, two days after suffering a blow to the head that left him dizzy late in Washington’s 23-10 victory over the New York Giants.


Josh Wilson (26) breaks up a pass intended for New York Giants' Hakeem Nicks (88) Sunday (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

Defensive end Stephen Bowen was limited in Tuesday’s practice with a knee injury, and right tackle Jammal Brown returned to practice for the first time since suffering a strained groin during pre-game warm-ups Dec. 11. Brown participated in a limited capacity, as did fullback Mike Sellers, who hyperextended his elbow in the same game and, like Brown, missed the Giants’ game.

Running back Roy Helu, who on Sunday suffered knee and toe injuries, participated in drill work Tuesday but didn’t practice. Shanahan said he expected Helu to be able to participate in Wednesday’s practice.

The Redskins didn’t release an official injury report Tuesday because NFL rules only require teams to submit them on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The Redskins practiced Tuesday – normally a day off – because they have a shortened week. They play on Saturday against Minnesota.

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