- Associated Press - Thursday, October 6, 2016

WASHINGTON (AP) - Cornerback Bashaud Breeland ramped up his efforts Thursday for a possible return to the lineup after sitting out Washington’s 31-20 win over Cleveland with a left ankle injury.

Breeland worked on movement drills as teammates practiced in full going into Sunday’s game against Baltimore.

“It’s pretty good. A little soreness here and there that I’m trying to work through,” Breeland said of the ankle injury suffered Sept. 25 against the Giants. “I feel like I’m ahead of schedule.”

Breeland wasn’t ready to declare himself ready for Week 5, however.

“If not this week then hopefully next week for sure,” he said.

Coach Jay Gruden said Breeland a “question mark” for Sunday’s matchup at the Ravens.

If Breeland sits, Quinton Dunbar would likely start opposite Josh Norman.

Rookie linebacker Su’a Cravens (concussion) did not practice.



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