- The Washington Times - Thursday, September 23, 2004


The Washington Redskins listed quarterback Mark Brunell as questionable for Monday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Brunell, who suffered a strained hamstring during Sunday’s 20-14 loss to the New York Giants, continues to receive treatment and hopes to practice today when players reconvene after a day off.

Asked yesterday whether he would be able to work out with the rest of his teammates today, Brunell said, “That’s up to the coaching staff.”

Backup Patrick Ramsey will get the bulk of snaps in practice and will start Monday’s game if Brunell can’t go.

The Redskins also listed linebackers LaVar Arrington (sprained knee) and Mike Barrow (knee tendinitis) as questionable for the Dallas game. Arrington played last week with the same ailment; Barrow has yet to play in the preseason or regular season.

Safety Matt Bowen (shoulder), kicker John Hall (hamstring), linebacker Antonio Pierce (ribs) and tackle Chris Samuels (groin) are probable. Defensive end Phillip Daniels (groin) is out two to four weeks.

— Mark Zuckerman

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