The Washington Post

Still plagued by the lingering effects of a concussion suffered in last Sunday's game, cornerback Chase Minnifield has been placed on season-ending injured reserve, the Redskins announced Saturday afternoon.

The defensive coordinator said last week's miscues came with the Redskins in simple coverages installed in training camp, but there were disconnects anyway.

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and five other Redskins players missed Thursday’s practice with injuries and remain questionable for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams.

Washington’s ailing defensive backfield short-handed, as Brandon Meriweather, Chase Minnifield sit out practice; Ryan Clark, E.J. Biggers limited

The Redskins this Sunday return to FedEx Field for their first home game in three weeks. Last time they played at home, players and coaches got booed off the field.

Washington’s injury-depleted secondary can ill-afford to lose safety Brandon Meriweather (sprained toe) against St. Louis

Five Redskins players left Sunday's game with injury and were unable to return. The team's medical staff will monitor them in the coming days to gain a better understanding on their availability for the next game.

The Redskins have placed cornerback Tracy Porter on injured reserve with a AC joint separation in his right shoulder. The team promoted cornerback Chase Minnifield from the practice squad to fill Porter's spot on the 53-man roster.

The Redskins announced that they have re-signed cornerback Chase Minnifield to their practice squad two days after waiving him from the 53-man roster.

Nearing the deadline to make a decision on Leonard Hankerson for the rest of the season, Washington activated the wide receiver and cut a cornerback.

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