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Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Wilson left last Sunday’s game with a strained hamstring and took a limited number of snaps in Wednesday’s practice. But the fifth-year pro hopes he can recover from the injury in time to face the Seattle Seahawks for a couple of reasons. First, he’d like to help his team finally snap out of the funk that has plagued them ever since they returned from the bye, six straight losses ago. Secondly, the game would mark the first time he has faced the Seahawks, who drafted him in the second round of the 2007 draft and traded him to the Baltimore Ravens before last season. Read full article >>
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