Redskins Injury Report: Fletcher OK After Having Knee Drained

by Chuck Carroll
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London Fletcher (credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

London Fletcher (credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

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ASHBURN, Va. (CBSDC) — London Fletcher had fluid drained from his knee on Monday.

On Tuesday, he fully participated in practice as the Washington Redskins continue preparations to face the Minnesota Vikings on a short week.

Shanahan downplayed the draining during his Monday press conference.

Also appearing on the Redskins injury report as full participants Tuesday were defensive end Stephen Bowen (shoulder), safety Jose Gumbs (ankle), wide receiver Leonard Hankerson (hamstring), tight end Logan Paulsen (knee), and running back Chris Thompson (shoulder).

Meanwhile, Minnesota will be without tight end Kyle Rudolph this week after he suffered a broken foot in Sunday’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys. He is expected to miss up to a month of action.

The Vikings Tuesday injury report is as follows:

Did not practice: running back Matt Asiata (shoulder), tight end Rhett Ellison (ankle), defensive tackle Fred Evans (knee), defensive tackle Letroy Guion (chest, knee), guard Charlie Johnson (elbow), tackle Phil Loadholt (concussion), tight end Kyle Rudolph (foot), and safety Jamarca Sanford (groin).

Limited participation: cornerback Chris Cook (hip), cornerback Xavier Rhodes (shoulder), and cornerback Josh Robinson (chest).

Full participation: linebacker Chad Greenway (wrist).

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