The Washington Times - December 12, 2012, 04:00PM

Robert Griffin III (sprained lateral collateral ligament in his right knee) is the most prominent injured Washington Redskins player, but he certainly isn’t the only one trying to fight through pain this week.

London Fletcher (left ankle) didn’t practice Wednesday, though that’s nothing out of the ordinary for the veteran linebacker with an active NFL record consecutive games played streak of 237.


Left tackle Trent Williams (left thigh bruise) was a limited participant like Griffin. Asked how he was holding up with the injury, Williams responded slyly, “I’m holding up.”

Wide receiver Pierre Garcon (right foot) participated fully in practice and continues to progress toward a hundred percent.

“As time goes on it gets better, but there’s no real significant thing that’s different from Monday to Tuesday or Sunday to Thursday or game to game,” Garcon said. “Sometimes you feel better, sometimes back and forth.”

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall (right ankle) appeared to bounce back from Sunday’s game OK.

“Little banged up, but it’s a process,” Hall said. “Ain’t none of us fully healthy right now.”

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