Coach Jay Gruden said Alexander was held out of Wednesday's practice because of a groin injury, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Washington held its mandatory minicamp this week and Alexander reportedly spent Wednesday working out on the sidelines. The 22-year-old will have a chance to return to the field when the team resumes voluntary OTAs next week. If Alexander isn't able to do that, we won't see him again until training camp.
Alexander (head) was not listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Alexander exited Sunday's contest against the Giants and was evaluated for a concussion, but it appears he either avoided one or passed through the protocol with relative ease. Consider he's not listed on the injury report, there's little reason to suspect he will miss Sunday's matchup with the Falcons.
Alexander suffered a head injury during Sunday's win over the Giants and is being evaluated for a concussion, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Alexander played a rotational defensive role before exiting the Week 8 contest. If the rookie does enter the concussion protocol, he'll face an uphill battle to suit up for Washington's game against the Falcons in Week 9.