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(Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun /December 22, 2013)
ASHBURN, Va. – For the first time this week, inside linebacker London Fletcher practiced with the rest of his Washington Redskins teammates, working on a limited basis inside the team’s indoor bubble Friday.
Fletcher, who has been hobbled by a sprained left ankle, is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Ravens at FedEx Field in Landover and sounded unsure about whether he'll be able to extend his streak of 236 consecutive games played -- tied with Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Ronde Barber as the longest active streak -- and 195 straight starts.
“Right now, it’s still a couple more days, a couple more days of treatment,” Fletcher said after practice.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall (ankle) and left tackle Trent Williams (deep thigh bruise) were limited for the second straight day and are also questionable. Williams said the injury is improving slowly.
“It gets better,” he said. “If you had any experience with it, it heals kind of slow. ... There’s no way I won’t play Sunday.”
Wide receiver Pierre Garcon (foot), cornerback Josh Wilson (shoulder) and punter Sav Rocca (right knee) fully participated for the third consecutive day. All are probable.
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