- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 12, 2015

ASHBURN — For the first time all season, the Washington Redskins had full attendance for Thursday’s practice.

Defensive end Jason Hatcher (sore right knee), inside linebacker Keenan Robinson (stinger), cornerbacks DeAngelo Hall (sprained toe on right foot) and Chris Culliver (sprained left knee), free safety Dashon Goldson (unspecified hamstring injury) and wide receiver Andre Roberts (unspecified ankle injury) were all limited, but nobody sat out.

“I had to re-read that a couple of times,” coach Jay Gruden joked. “It’s good to have everybody practicing and have a full group. You can practice a little bit longer, which is good. You’re not stressing out guys who are healthy where they have to take a lot of reps, so it’s good to get some rest. And you’re also getting a lot of work in. That’s been a big benefit this week.”

Cornerback Bashaud Breeland, outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan, nose tackle Terrance Knighton and running back Chris Thompson were all full participants.

Hall is yet to play since he sprained his toe in Week 3 against the New York Giants, though he his work load has been consistently increasing each practice. Robinson participated in both individual and team drills after sitting out on Wednesday.

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