Washington Redskins right tackle Jammal Brown is unlikely to play against the Miami Dolphins this weekend because of a strained left groin, coach Mike Shanahan said.
Brown, who did not practice Thursday, sat out the second half against San Francisco last week. Backup Sean Locklear replaced him against the 49ers and likely would start in his place.
* Strong safety LaRon Landry (Achilles) fully participated in practice, Shanahan said. He sat out Wednesday's session.
* Free safety Oshiomogho Atogwe (toe/knee) might miss his third game in the last four weeks. He did not practice Thursday. Reed Doughty would start in his place.
* Inside linebacker Keyaron Fox missed practice for the second straight day because of an infection in and around his knee.
* Running back Tashard Choice was limited in practice because of his nagging hamstring injury. Linebacker Markus White (illness) fully participated.
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