Moss and Daniels Look Like a Go For Packers Game

 Washington vs Detroit

Looks like the Redskins are going to get some players that were not certain to play on the field Sunday, as both wide out Santana Moss and defensive end Phillip Daniels are expected to be able to go vs the Packers in Green Bay.  As for LB Marcus Washington, he spent Friday jogging, and has missed practice time with a hamstring issue, making it unlikely that he will play.  “Hopefully, it will be a little better. If I felt the way [on Sunday] I feel right now, I probably wouldn’t [play].”  If Washington can’t go, it will be Randall Godfrey making the start.

As for WR Antwaan Randle El, he will be a game-time decision, as his hamstring has kept him from practicing the entire week.  “I ran real hard and it felt pretty good,” said Randle El. “I did get a chance to do a bunch of misdirection stuff. I’m still looking to play on Sunday. If I’ve got any pain, then I’m not going to push it, but I don’t expect to have any. I’ll come out and test it Sunday morning and see what it feels like and be ready to go.”  James Thrash will play both the wide out and punt return spots for Randle El if he can’t go.


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