Left tackle Trent Williams in training camp July 27 (John McDonnell/THE WASHINGTON POST)

Their status for this afternoon’s 3.p.m. practice remains uncertain, however.

Williams, the team’s starting left tackle, said the bone bruise in his left foot feels better and he was able to jog lightly, but still was experiencing some soreness. Williams was headed to the trainers’ room to receive treatment on the foot, which he injured on the Redskins’ first-quarter touchdown in Thursday’s preseason opener at Buffalo.

Hurt missed Saturday’s practice with inflammation in a tendon behind his left knee. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Saturday that he didn’t expect Hurt to practice Monday, and he listed Williams as day-to-day.

Chester has been sidelined since spraining his left ankle Aug. 6. He didn’t play Thursday and did some jogging Saturday but only watched s practice.

Shanahan expects Chester, who started every game at right tackle last season, to return to action in time to play this Saturday in Chicago.

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