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GRUDEN IS HOPEFUL HATCHER, ORAKPO, OTHERS CAN PLAY By ZAC BOYER THE WASHINGTON TIMES ASHBURN—Seventeen players were listed on the Washington Redskins’ injury report in advance of their Thursday night game against the New York Giants, but coach Jay Gruden said that all of them, except for quarterback Robert Griffin

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By ZAC BOYER zboyer@freelancestar.com | @ZacBoyer ASHBURN – With Jammal Brown officially out for the rest of the season after surgery on his left hip, Tyler Polumbus will remain the Redskins’ starter at right tackle. “Nothing changes,” said Polumbus, who started the first 11 games for Brown. “This has basically

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By ZAC BOYER zboyer@freelancestar.com | @ZacBoyer Jammal Brown was officially placed on injured reserve by the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, which was the deadline for the team to make a move after his transitional practice period ended and his time on the physically-unable-to-perform list expired. Brown, 31, was attempting to

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By ZAC BOYER zboyer@freelancestar.com | @ZacBoyer ASHBURN – Jammal Brown was not at practice on Thursday after experiencing soreness in his surgically repaired left hip. Brown, who has been on the physically-unable-to-perform list all season, returned to practice for the first time on Monday as he attempts to make his

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Head coach Mike Shanahan asked Brown to remain in Northern Virginia during the offseason to try to address the issue, and Brown attempted to do so by doing yoga to work on his flexibility and by correcting the way he walked. He participated in the Redskins’ organized workouts from mid-April

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By ZAC BOYER zboyer@freelancestar.com | @ZacBoyer ASHBURN – After spraining his left ankle in practice on Monday, Washington Redskins right guard Chris Chester said he would likely play Thursday at Buffalo if it were a regular-season game but his status remains uncertain. “I’ve had similar things before – nothing major

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By ZAC BOYER | zboyer@freelancestar.com | @ZacBoyer ASHBURN – Jammal Brown will not need surgery after undergoing an MRI on his sore hip in New York on Tuesday, Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan said. Brown, the team’s starting right tackle, has been on the physically-unable-to-perform list since the start

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