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Topic - Jordan Black
Will Montgomery practiced Wednesday through a sprained right knee. But that didn't mean the Washington Redskins' starting center's knee injury was minor.
Every September, after the Turk has made his final rounds, Mike Shanahan stands before the media jackals and insists his latest Washington Redskins team is the deepest he's ever had here.
Trent Williams walked gingerly onto the field in the second quarter and clearly wasn't himself. The Washington Redskins' starting left tackle suffered a right knee injury on just the second offensive play from scrimmage Sunday and missed most of the first half.
The look and feel of the Washington Redskins' offense with Robert Griffin III quarterbacking is beginning to crystallize after five days of practice, each of which included many 11-on-11 team drills,
"I'm in a position where I can look back, and all the things we love so much about the game, I'm so much more aware of it," Black said.
"I'm thrilled," said Black, 32. "I still have football in me. My heart is still in the game, and it was hard to be away. I'm just glad to be here."