Quarterback Robert Griffin III practiced fully on Friday and experienced no soreness in his strained right shoulder, according to Coach Jay Gruden. As a result, Griffin is expected to play Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys in Washington’s season finale at FedEx Field.
Griffin had been limited in Wednesday’s practice because of soreness in his throwing shoulder. The quarterback injured the shoulder while getting sacked late in last Saturday’s win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Gruden said Wednesday that he wasn’t overly concerned, but that the team was taking every precaution necessary. On Friday, Gruden said, “The big thing was we wanted to make sure he didn’t have a lot of pain when he threw and he didn’t today, so that’s the great thing. He looked good, made all the throws today. I think everything’s all systems go with him.”
Meantime, left tackle Trent Williams practiced in a limited capacity after sitting out the two previous practices of the week because of a strained right shoulder. Williams is listed as questionable, but said he remains optimistic that he will be able to play on Sunday.
Defensive lineman Chris Baker (toe/elbow), linebackers Keenan Robinson (knee) and Gabe Miller (ankle) all were limited in practice as well, and are questionable for Sunday’s game.
Defensive end Jason Hatcher again missed practice because of inflammation in his right knee. Hatcher, who has missed the past two games, is listed as doubtful.
Fellow defensive end Stephen Bowen missed practice with an illness and is questionable to play Sunday.
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