- The Washington Times - Friday, September 25, 2015

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — DeAngelo Hall left the Washington Redskins’ 32-21 loss to the New York Giants on Thursday after spraining a toe on his right foot early in the third quarter.

Hall shed his blocker and was trying to run back toward Giants running back Rashad Jennings with 13:16 left in the third quarter when he began hobbling and favoring the right foot. He did not return after sustaining the injury, with his role being filled by Bashaud Breeland, who in turn was replaced by Will Blackmon.

The cornerback tore his left Achilles’ tendon in Week 3 last season and had battled through a variety of groin and toe injuries during training camp.

He was one of a number of players who were injured in the loss. Defensive end Kedric Golston broke a bone in one of his hands late in the first quarter but was able to return, as was right tackle Morgan Moses, who sprained his left elbow but did not miss a play. Left guard Shawn Lauvao sprained his left ankle on the fifth play from scrimmage and did not return, and his replacement, Josh LeRibeus, also sat the rest of the game after straining his left calf early in the fourth quarter.

Right tackle Tom Compton, who was inactive for the first two games, filled in for Lauvao and LeRibeus for the final 31 plays.

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