The Washington Redskins have placed cornerback Tracy Porter on season-ending injured reserve with a shoulder injury.
The Redskins have faced their share of injuries this season. They have lost a starting outside linebacker and cornerback. But they had not endured a day like this one.
With DeAngelo Hall out for the year, the Redskins may get help at corner from Tracy Porter, who could play Thursday against the Giants.
Tracy Porter is recovering from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder and not participating in the Redskins offseason program.
The Washington Redskins have agree to terms with 27-year-old corner back Tracy Porter, formerly of the Raiders, Ian Rapoport is reporting.