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Several Redskins players said Wednesday that they would try to remain supportive of the quarterback, but they said their preparation can't change heading into Sunday's game against the Falcons.
The tight end did not practice on Wednesday and did not even attend the portion of practice open to reporters as he continues to recover from a concussion sustained on Nov. 17.
The Redskins will be proceeding with Cousins as their starting quarterback for Sunday's game against the Falcons, pushing Griffin to the bench.
The third-year running back will be placed on injured reserve after sustaining a high left ankle sprain in the Redskins' 45-10 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday.
The tight end will not play for the third consecutive game on Sunday as the Redskins play host to the Chiefs at FedEx Field.
Notes, facts and figures as the Redskins prepare to host the Chiefs at FedEx Field on Sunday.
The Chiefs were the worst team in the NFL last season, earning the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft with a 2-14 record. Not even a year later, they're poised to qualify for the playoffs for the first time since 2010.
Reed and Doughty will be listed as questionable on the Redskins' injury report on Friday as they continue to recover from concussions.
After sitting out of the Redskins' practice on Wednesday as they continue to recover from concussions, Reed and Doughty were allowed to return in a limited fashion on Thursday.
The Redskins' offensive coordinator said Thursday his relationship with Griffin "is the same as it's always been," just that the perception of it has changed as the Redskins have lost nine of their 12 games.
Even though the Redskins were eliminated from playoff contention on Sunday, coach Mike Shanahan said he will not bench Robert Griffin III to allow Cousins, his backup, a chance to play.
After spending all of training camp and the first 13 weeks on the physically-unable-to-perform list, the offensive lineman will not be moved to the Redskins' active roster.
The wide receiver defended his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the third quarter of the Redskins' loss to the Giants on Sunday, saying it was an expression of the frustration he's felt toward officiating all season.
The strong safety said Wednesday that he expects to play against the Chiefs on Sunday despite sustaining his second concussion of the season three days ago.
The defensive end will require at least a six-month recovery, leading to the likelihood he will miss all of organized offseason workouts.
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