The Washington Redskins have kept right tackle Jammal Brown on the physically unable to perform list, giving up hope that he will play this season.
The Redskins came off their bye week refreshed and ready to go against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and had three key pieces practice, two of which, haven’t practiced in quite a while
The Washington Redskins trimmed their roster to 75 players on Monday by trading cornerback Kevin Barnes to the Detroit Lions and parting ways with 13 others.
Jammal Brown will be sidelined for at least month after undergoing hip surgery.
Ashburn, VA-The Redskins held their first practice following a day off yesterday and their 7-6 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday and were missing quite a few players.
The good news for the Washington Redskins is that right tackle Jammal Brown doesn’t need surgery on his chronically ailing left hip.
The Redskins’ offensive line is already missing two projected starters, and training camp is only five days old. Grant Paulsen has the details.
The Redskins held their fourth practice of training camp and Robert Griffin III spoke to the media for the first time since since training camp has started while the injury bug is showing it’s face in Ashburn.
Jammal Brown has been riddled with nagging hip injuries since coming to Washington via a trade with the Saints. But in a year that is dependent on a more stable offensive line and the new task of protecting a rookie quarterback, Brown has looked to yoga to provide him with a new lease on his body.
Josh Morgan and Jammal Brown joined LaVar Arrington and Chad Dukes to discuss their outlook for 2012 following a 2011 campaign marred by injuries.