The Washington Times - July 30, 2013, 07:08PM

RICHMOND—Left tackle Trent Williams is day-to-day after aggravating his sprained left wrist during the final session of Tuesday’s practice. He was upended while blocking on an outside zone running play, and he crashed face-first into the ground. He landed on his wrist.

“It’s really nothing,” said Williams, whose wrist was wrapped in ice after practice. “I just stunned it a little bit. I’ll be fine.”



Cornerback DeAngelo Hall expects to miss between a “couple days” to “a couple weeks” with a sprained right ankle. X-rays showed no fracture.

“They don’t want me to push anything out here,” Hall said. “We’ll just take it day by day and just try to get the inflammation down, try to get the pain to calm down a little bit—just a lot of treatment.”

Hall rolled his ankle coming out of a break Monday during one-on-one drills. “It’s kind of the back of my ankle,” he said. “Certain movements I’m good with. Certain movements I can’t put any pressure on it. So, kind of funky.”


Rookie running back Chris Thompson sat out team drills for the second straight practice because coach Mike Shanahan perceived him to be sluggish. Thompson tore the ACL in his left knee last October.

Safety Brandon Meriweather, who tore the ACL in his right knee last November, sat out team drills.

Right guard Adam Gettis, receiver Donte Stallworth and linebacker Jeremy Kimbrough sat out the afternoon practice because of hamstring injuries.


Running back Tristan Davis left the team because his heart no longer is in playing football. “He retired,” Shanahan said, “so unless he changes his mind, that is where he’s at.”