Richardson (shoulder, knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Packers, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Richardson was a game-time decision last week when he ended up catching four of six passes for 63 yards while handling a 92 percent snap share in a loss to the Colts. He apparently added a minor knee injury in the process, but it didn't stop him from logging a limited practice Thursday. Though he seems likely to play, Richardson's availability may not be confirmed until Washington releases its inactive list Sunday morning
Richardson (shoulder, knee) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Richardson's availability was called into question last Thursday, when it was revealed he had an AC joint sprain in one of his shoulders. He proceeded to suit up Sunday against the Colts, parlaying 68 (of 74) offensive snaps into four catches for 63 yards on six targets. With the open of Week 3 prep Wednesday, he didn't take the practice field due to the shoulder injury and a previously unknown knee concern. He helped his case to play this weekend with Thursday's limited showing, but the Redskins won't divulge his potential to do so until Friday.
Richardson (shoulder/knee) is listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's injury report, Josh Tolentino of The Athletic reports. Richardson was spotted going through position drills, albeit without a helmet. There has also been some confusion regarding a possible new injury, with the practice report now confirming that Richardson picked up a knee issue since last week. Richardson played through an AC joint sprain in his shoulder during Sunday's 21-9 loss to the Colts, catching four of six targets for 63 yards. Neither injury seems to be serious, but the combination of the two could put his availability in question ahead of Sunday's home game against the Packers.
Updating a previous report, Richardson required an MRI on his shoulder rather than his knee, according to John Keim of ESPN.com. JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington had previously relayed that Richardson required imaging for his knee, but the report has since been amended. With Richardson apparently not dealing with a knee issue following Sunday's 21-9 loss to the Colts, his main focus will be getting over the AC joint sprain, which he played through last week. He appeared to be limited at Wednesday's practice, going through position drills without a helmet while the rest of the Washington wide receivers all had helmets on.
A recent MRI on Richardson's knee came back clean, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. Richardson played through an AC joint sprain in his shoulder during Sunday's 21-9 loss to Indianapolis, apparently picking up a new injury whle handling a 92 percent snap share and catching four of six targets for 63 yards. He appeared to be limited at Wednesday's practice, going through position drills without a helmet, according to Finlay. An absence for Week 3 against the Packers would open up a spot in three-wideout formations for Maurice Harris, assuming he's cleared from the concussion protocol before Sunday. Washington signed receivers Breshad Perriman and Michael Floyd on Monday to help with depth if Richardson and Harris are both sidelined.
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|5||10/09||@New Orleans Saints||32||42.00|
|8||10/28||@New York Giants||6||16.00|
|10||11/11||@Tampa Bay Buccaneers||23||28.00|
|14||12/09||New York Giants||6||16.00|
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