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The Washington Redskins were without three defensive starters and one offensive starter in Wednesday’s practice, according to the team’s injury report. Starting strong safety LaRon Landry (groin), linebacker London Fletcher (ankle), defensive end Stephen Bowen (left knee) and fullback Darrel Young (concussion) all sat out practice, according to the report. Read full article >>
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