by Brian McNallyBy Brian McNally


WASHINGTON — Redskins coach Jay Gruden stared at the sheet in front of him and almost did a double take.

The injury report, for the first time maybe all season, didn’t list a single player missing practice. It’s too early to call Washington healthy. This is a team, after all, that placed seven key players on injured reserve before the season’s third week.

But at least everyone was on the field in some capacity on Thursday, including veteran cornerback DeAngelo Hall.

“I had to re-read that a couple of times,” Gruden cracked. “It’s good to get everybody at practice and have a full group. You can practice a little longer, which is good. You’re not stressing out the guys who are healthy where they take a lot of reps.”

Hall participated in one-on-one drills again, suggesting he could return to the field on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.

Inside linebacker Keenan Robinson (shoulder) was listed as limited. So were cornerback Chris Culliver (left knee) and safety Dashon Goldson (hamstring).

There will be some personnel changes for Sunday. Jeron Johnson could start at strong safety for Trenton Robinson. Defensive coordinator Joe Barry hinted at that move.

And inside linebacker Will Compton, too, could see increased playing time if not a starting role for either Robinson or Perry Riley. Compton took all the first-team reps on Wednesday with Robinson out.

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