Breeland (ankle) is officially active for Sunday's Week 6 matchup with the Eagles, the team's official site reports.
It's encouraging news for a Redskins secondary that will face off against rookie QB Carson Wentz and a group of receivers that have shown impressive chemistry right from the onset of the regular season. Breeland's return figures to shore up a Redskins secondary that has been vulnerable at times in his two-game absence.
Breeland (ankle) returned to practice Wednesday, The Washington Post reports.
Breeland had missed the past two games as well as the past two weeks of practice due to strained tendons in his right ankle. It's uncertain if he'll be able to play this weekend.
Breeland (ankle) could return to action for Sunday's matchup against he Eagles, John Keim of ESPN reports.
Breeland has missed the previous two games due to strained tendons in his right ankle. Head coach Jay Gruden plans to increase his workload throughout the week and feels "confident" in his chances to be ready for Week 6.
The 24-year-old will miss his second straight contest, leaving Greg Toler and Quinton Dunbar to try and fill the void created by his absence. Breeland's status makes the
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