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DeAngelo Hall limited in Thursday’s practice

DeAngelo Hall defending Chargers tight end Antonio Gates (John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall was limited in the Washington Redskins’ practice Thursday because of a sore left foot, according to Coach Mike Shanahan.

“He’s a little bit sore so we kept him out,” Shanahan said. “He didn’t take full reps.”

Defensive end Stephen Bowen also was a limited participant in Thursday’s practice, Shanahan said. Bowen has been playing with a knee injury that he “tweaked… a little bit,” according to Shanahan.

“Neither guy should be any problem,” Shanahan said. “At least that’s what we think.”

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