The Washington Times - December 5, 2013, 06:21PM

After sitting out of the Washington Redskins’ practice on Wednesday as they continue to recover from concussions, tight end Jordan Reed and strong safety Reed Doughty were allowed to return in a limited fashion on Thursday.

Reed sustained his concussion Nov. 17 in the Redskins’ road loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and has missed the last two games. Doughty left the Redskins’ loss to the New York Giants on Sunday in the second quarter after sustaining his.

Both players are aiming to return Sunday, when Washington hosts the Kansas City Chiefs at FedEx Field.

Free safety Brandon Meriweather, who has a bruised sternum, was also limited in practice Thursday after sitting out entirely the day before. Meriweather said the bruise happened during the game, and he likely won’t know until the weekend whether the discomfort will allow him to play.

“I was making a tackle, and a couple players hit the gap and I got up a little slow,” Meriweather said. “It [hurts] sometimes, but I like to say I’m a tough player, so I’ll do what I have to do.”

Fullback Darrel Young continued to be limited in practice Thursday, while inside linebacker London Fletcher (sprained left ankle), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (unspecified hip and back injuries) and left tackle Trent Williams, who has experienced soreness in one of his feet, were able to go through a full session.

The Chiefs listed 13 players on their injury report, though 10 practiced in full. Three starters – left tackle Branden Albert (sprained left knee), tight end Anthony Fasano (concussion) and outside linebacker Justin Houston (sprained ligaments in right elbow) – did not practice.