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So often injured players have to talk their way back into practice or game action. In Tim Hightower's case, after tearing the ACL in his left knee last season, it was a matter of testing it and seeing what happens.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Brandon Banks' 91-yard punt return for a touchdown against the Chicago Bears was a necessary reminder of his explosiveness in the return game.
Brian Orakpo won't play again this preseason, coach Mike Shanahan said, but the news could have been much worse.
Washington Redskins rookie running back Alfred Morris will have an extended chance to showcase his ability Saturday night against Chicago after a strong preseason debut last week.
Evan Royster is riding a two-game 100-yard streak. He put up 113 in the Washington Redskins' season finale a year ago. He ran for an impressive 132 the week before that.
Left tackle Trent Williams made progress Tuesday in working back from a bone bruise in his left foot. As the Washington Redskins prepared for Saturday's preseason game against the Chicago Bears, he took part in about half of team drills before sitting out the remainder.
Five questions to keep in mind when Washington visits Buffalo in the preseason opener.
There's a strong chance quarterback Robert Griffin III will make his Washington Redskins preseason debut Thursday night without half of the first-stringers on offense.
When Evan Royster looks at film of his second professional start, the Washington Redskins running back doesn't see the 28 yards he gained on a toss to the left against the Philadelphia Eagles last January.