Found November 27, 2011 on Redskins Insider:
Washington Redskins free safety Oshiomogho Atogwe said earlier this week that he felt fully healthy for the first time this season, but he will not start today against the Seattle Seahawks. The team announced that Reed Doughty will start at free safety instead. Atogwe had been hampered by knee and toe injuries and he missed the game against San Francisco three weeks ago. A week later, Atogwe dressed against Miami, but did not play because he wasn’t fully healthy and would’ve taken the field only in an emergency. Instead Doughty started. Read full article >>

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