Dunbar (shin) is dealing with mild nerve damage but expects to participate fully in offseason workouts, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Dunbar is rehabbing a shin injury sustained in Week 9, the severity of which ultimately landed him on injured reserve. It's certainly good news that the 26-year-old is not expected miss any time during offseason workouts, and that he will not require a particularly lengthy recovery period.
Dunbar (shin) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday.
Dunbar initially hurt his shin Week 9, and was able to retake the field Week 12 but still appeared noticeably hampered by the injury. The 26-year-old's injury has ultimately been ruled severe enough to warrant his placement on season-ending injured reserve. Fabian Moreau figures to continue to slot in at starting cornerback as the season continues.
Dunbar (shin) is inactive for Monday's game against the Eagles.
Dunbar was unable to practice Thursday or Friday, a precursor that he was trending towards not playing in Week 13. Fabian Moreau figures to slot in at starting cornerback opposite Josh Norman, with Danny Johnson filling a depth role.
Dunbar was unable to practice Thursday and Friday, while Saturday's participation remains unknown since the team opted for a night practice. The 26-year-old was able to play last Thursday against the Cowboys but is clearly still bothered by the shin injury. Fabian Moreau would likely slide into a starting role should Dunbar be unable to play.
Dunbar (shin) is active for Thursday's game against the Cowboys.
Dunbar practiced in a limited fashion this week after missing Sunday's loss to the Texans, and he'll head back into the starting lineup Thursday. The 26-year-old has been nursing a lingering shin issue since Week 7, and it remains to be seen whether his snap count will be at all limited as a result.
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