ASHBURN, Va. (CBSDC) — The Washington Redskins held their only full practice today as the prepare for their Thanksgiving tilt against the Dallas Cowboys.

Once again, London Fletcher’s consecutive game streak is in doubt. The veteran linebacker was held out of practice with an ankle injury.

“Kind of one of those deals. You just kind of get as much treatment as possible and do everything in my power to try to put myself in a position to play,”  Fletcher said.  “Just getting as much treatment.”

Fletcher says he hasn’t tested his ankle. Head coach Mike Shanahan says the defensive leader will “probably” test his ankle for the first time during Thursday’s pregame.

If Fletcher doesn’t go on Thursday, his league leading 234 consecutive game streak will be snapped.  The Buccaneers Ronde Barber has also played in 234 consecutive games.

Pierre Garçon (toe), Logan Paulsen (hip), Trent Williams (ankle, shoulder) & Josh Wilson (shoulder) all were limited in practice, but all likely to play on Thursday.

“I feel good, should be good to go,” Garçon said.  “Didn’t get hurt further in the game.”

Listen here to what Mike Shanahan, London Fletcher, Robert Griffin III, Kyle Shanahan, Jim Haslett, Pierre Garçon, Santana Moss, Trent Williams, Barry Cofield, Ryan Kerrigan, Lorenzo Alexander & DJ Gomes had to say during open locker room today.

Mike Shanahan Practice Audio

London Fletcher Practice Audio

Robert Griffin III Practice Audio

Kyle Shanahan Practice Audio

Jim Haslett Practice Audio

Pierre Garçon Practice Audio

Santana Moss Practice Audio

Trent Williams Practice Audio

Barry Cofield Practice Audio

Ryan Kerrigan Practice Audio

Lorenzo Alexander Practice Audio

DJ Gomes Practice Audio

Also listen here to what Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett & Quarterback Tony Romo had to say during conference calls with the DC Media today.

Jason Garrett Conference Call Audio

Tony Romo Conference Call Audio


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