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Former Redskins Leonard Hankerson and Chris Chester will both a play significant role on the Falcons' offense on Sunday.

Chris Culliver and DeAngelo Hall miss Redskins practice, along with tight end Jordan Reed.

The Redskins could receive some key reinforcements on Sunday against the Falcons.



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