UPDATE: Shawn Lauvao is out for the remainder of the game with an ankle injury.

With Lauvao out, Ty Nsheke entered the game. However, Trent Williams moved into play left guard while Nsheke took over at left tackle.

DeSean Jackson hurt his ankle toward the end of the first half, but he started the second half.

Kory Lichtensteiger, who was poked in the eye earlier in the game, came back into the game, then he got hurt again on the Redskins’ first series of the second half. He is now out for the remainder of the game.

DeAngelo Hall sprained his right knee in the second quarter. He has been ruled out of the game.

WASHINGTON — Two Redskins starters went down in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the New York Giants.

The first was cornerback Bashaud Breeland, who planted his foot awkwardly in the dirt near the endzone. He was carted off the field and later ruled out with an ankle injury.

Shortly thereafter, center Kory Lichtensteiger, who battled back spasms all week, was injured. It was initially thought to be an aggravation of the back injury, but it turned out he was actually just poked in the eye. He returned to the game soon after.

On the other side of things, Giants cornerback Eli Apple tweaked his hamstring in the second quarter and will not return.

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