Redskins unlikely to lose Williams, Brown for long

Written by Chris Kolb

Topics: Washington Redskins

Despite having come away with a crucial win against the Packers earlier this afternoon, the Redskins had plenty to be concerned with after the game, as both of their starting offensive tackles left the game with knee injuries.

That concern was relatively short lived though, as initial tests showed no significant damage to either Jammal Brown or Trent Williams, making it likely that they’ll be back on the field in short order. An MRI is scheduled for tomorrow to confirm that diagnosis, and if things go well, Brown and Williams should be back at practice later on this week, after a few days rest.

Washington has little quality depth at the position, making it imperative that Brown and Williams not miss an extended period of time this year.

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