Game 4 Injury Report: Redskins v. Browns

Below is the full injury list for the Washington Redskins and Cleveland Browns two days before their week four matchup.



S DeAngelo Hall — Torn ACL. (Replaced by Will Blackmon.)

C Kory Lichtensteiger — Back injury and strained calf. (Replaced by Spencer Long.)


CB Bashaud Breeland — High ankle sprain is considered week-to-week. Return date unknown. (Replaced by Greg Toler.)

WR Josh Doctson — Achilles Tendon injury is considered week-to-week. (No replacement.)

G Shawn Lauvao — Ankle injury is considered week-to-week. Return date unknown. (Replaced by Arie Kouandjio.)

CB Dashaun Phillips — Hamstring injury is week-to-week. Did not practice all week. (Replaced by Kendall Fuller.)


OLB Trent Murphy — Elbow/shoulder injury limited him in practice this week, but team’s sack leader is likely to play.

DE Kendall Reyes — Groin injury forced him to miss games two and three and limited him in practice this week.


WR DeSean Jackson — Knee and ankle injuries limited him in practice this week, but he told reporters he would play.

OT Ty Nsekhe — Foot injury during practice this week, but he missed no time and should be ready to go on Sunday.

OT Trent Williams — Knee injury limited him practice this week, but he should start, as usual, on Sunday.



QB Robert Griffin III — Shoulder injury should keep him sideline another six weeks, at least.


WR Corey Coleman — Broken hand injury will sideline Cleveland’s top 2016 draft pick for at least another week or two.

TE Seth DeVale — Knee injury.

C Cameron Ervin — Chest and lung injury suffered a pulmonary contusion in week two and will miss at least two more games.

QB Josh McCown — Broken collarbone injury should sideline him for another 2-3 weeks, at least.

DE Carl Nassib — Broken hand suffered in week two required surgery and he will miss at least 2-3 more games.

LB Nate Orchard — Ankle injury.


CB Tramon Williams — AC joint sprain in a shoulder last Sunday and missed practice all week.


SS Ibraheim Campbell — Hamstring injury to defensive back starter makes him a game time decision.

CB Joe Haden — Pulled groin forced Haden to miss week three and limited him in practice this week.