Injury updates: Pierre Garcon battling calf problem

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Pierre Garçon was limited in the Washington Redskins’ practice on Wednesday with an unspecified calf injury.

The wide receiver’s listing on the injury report was the first mention of an injury all season. He missed part of last season with a right foot injury, then needed surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder during the offseason.

Free safety Jose Gumbs did not practice at all on Wednesday after spraining his left ankle in the Redskins’ loss to the Broncos on Sunday.

The team listed seven other players as having completed a full practice: quarterback Robert Griffin III (sore left knee), defensive end Stephen Bowen (torn PCL in right knee), strong safety Reed Doughty (concussion), wide receiver Leonard Hankerson (bruised right foot), tight end Logan Paulsen (torn MCL in left knee), nose tackle Chris Neild (strained right calf) and running back Chris Thompson, who was added to the injury report with an unspecified shoulder injury.

Three players did not practice for the Chargers: Inside linebacker Donald Butler, who sat with a strained groin; wide receiver Eddie Royal, who missed practice with an unspecified toe injury; and reserve left tackle Mike Remmers, who has a high right ankle sprain.

Left guard Chad Rinehart was limited in practice with turf toe in his right, while outside linebacker Jarret Johnson (strained right hamstring) and free safety Eric Weddle (unspecified toe injury) finished a full practice.

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