Garcon was a full participant throughout the week of practice, confirming that his sore knee is a non-issue. With DeSean Jackson (hamstring) and Jordan Reed (concussion) both missing a game in which the Redskins are heavy underdogs, Garcon could be in for massive volume.
Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) did not take part in individual drills Friday, CSN's Tarik El-Bashir reports.
Jackson was able to take part in drills earlier this week, so it's not clear if he is simply being held out Friday, or if he is feeling renewed soreness after practicing for a couple days. The Redskins will provide an update Jackson's status when they release Friday's injury report.
Reed (concussion) is out for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
With Reed out, Derek Carrier and Anthony McCoy are in line to head Washington's Week 5 TE corps, with Carrier -- who caught two passes for 18 yards in Week 4 -- in line to start in Reed's place Sunday.
Riley is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Atlanta.
Limited throughout the week of practice, Riley is in danger of missing a third straight game, which would allow Will Compton to make another start. Working in a three-down role, Compton has 18 tackles over the last two games.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (foot) has been able to do some light running on a treadmill but has yet to run on the practice field, ESPN Dallas reports.
"[He's been] Getting in condition without putting too much stress and strain on his foot, so he has not been out running routes or anything like that up to this point," coach Jason Garrett said. "There are different ways to run where you can kind of get yourself in as good a shape as possible leading up to it, so he's been involved in that."
The Cowboys still haven't ruled out a return for Bryant in Week 7 following their bye, but that timetable seems extremely optimistic if he isn't able to put full weight on his surgically repaired foot yet. More likely, the wide receiver will be able to rejoin the lineup some time in November.
Butler served as the No. 4 wide receiver in a Week 4 loss to the Saints, catching one pass for 67 yards on his first target of the season. He had a chance to make it a touchdown, but he pulled up lame with the injury and was unable to reach the end zone. In Butler's absence, Rodney Whitehead will provide depth behind Terrance Williams, Devin Street and Cole Beasley.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee (concussion) has been designated as probable for the Sunday battle against New England.
Despite exiting with a concussion in the first half of the Week 4 loss to the Saints, Lee is on pace for 144 tackles. Facing a fast-paced, high-powered New England offense, Lee is one of the better Individual Defensive Player options this week. He's also one of the better options for the entire season, with his ability to stay healthy the only real concern.