Golston (hamstring) visited with the 49ers on Friday, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Golston, who opened the 2016 season as the Redskins' starting nose tackle but suffered a season-ending hamstring tear in Week 2, was medically cleared from the injury roughly two and a half weeks ago. This meeting with San Francisco marks the first free-agent visit of the offseason for the 33-year-old vet. The 49ers are beginning to construct a fearsome defensive line and Golston would, at the minimum, provide excellent depth and a strong veteran presence.
Golston (hamstring) hopes to return for his 12th professional season in 2017.
Golston, an unrestricted free agent, suffered a torn hamstring in Week 2 and was sent to injured reserve shortly thereafter. He was immobile for six weeks following September surgery, but after four months of rehabilitation, the 12-year veteran is back on his feet again. While it isn't clear how long it will take him to get back on the football field, Golston could have his pick among interested suitors if he can show teams his hamstring has fully recovered.
Golston will be placed on injured reserve with a hamstring injury.
Golston suffered a hamstring injury on the first play of Sunday's matchup with the Cowboys and was forced to leave the game. After undergoing an MRI, he landed on Washington's IR list. With Golston on the sidelines, look for Ziggy Hood to move into the starting lineup, while veteran Cullen Jenkins could be moved inside and also called upon for additional snaps.
Golston (hamstring) was forced to miss the rest of Sunday's game against Dallas and will require an MRI, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
Golston went down on the first play of the game, opening the door for Ziggy Hood to see additional snaps. Golston's MRI will unveil the nature and severity of his hamstring injury, so stay posted for updates on his status.
Golston suffered a hamstring injury on the first play of the game against the Cowboys on Sunday and is questionable to return.
Golston was carted off the field, a scary sight for Washington. Look for more updates to come after the game. Ziggy Hood is expected to take over in Golston's absence.
Golston (back) was not listed on the Redskins' list of inactives prior to Monday's matchup with the Steelers.
He entered the contest listed as questionable to play, but was deemed healthy enough prior to kickoff. His availability bodes well for the Redskins' ability to defend against an impending matchup with DeAngelo Williams and the rest of the Steelers' up-tempo offense.
Golston (back) is questionable for Monday's season opener, Brian McNally of 106.7 The Fan reports.
Golston appeared on the Redskins' injury report after sitting out of Saturday's practice. Whether or not Golston plays Monday will likely come down to a game-time decision.
Golston re-signed with the Redskins on a one-year, $1.005 million deal Wednesday, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
The veteran defensive lineman appeared in 15 games last season and will again provide depth up front for the Redskins in 2016. He may not step into a starting role, but with Jason Hatcher and Terrance Knighton no longer on the team, Golston could find himself in a slightly more prominent role this year especially if Washington is not aggressive in addressing their front in free agency and the draft.
Redskins defensive lineman Kedric Golston had to leave Saturday’s game against the Eagles with a shoulder injury.
The team reported his return is questionable.
The Redskins enter Week 14 pretty banged up, with 10 players listed on its final injury report for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Linebacker Will Compton (shoulder) and defensive lineman Barry Cofield Jr. (illness) were the only two players on the report deemed probable. Defensive end Jason Hatcher (knee), defensive end Kedric Golston (back, foot), wide receiver DeSean Jackson (shin), quarterback Colt McCoy (neck) and defensive lineman Chris Baker (chest, toe) were all ruled as questionable.
Meanwhile, running back Roy Helu Jr. (toe), safety Brandon Meriweather (toe) and linebacker Keenan Robinson (knee) were all ruled out for the game.
Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson (shin) and linebacker Keenan Robinson (knee) were listed as inactive Week 14 vs. St. Louis. Safety Brandon Meriweather, quarterback Kirk Cousins, defensive lineman Kedric Golston, guard Josh LeRibeus and tackle Tyler Polumbus were also inactive.
The Redskins were without defensive end Kedric Golston (back), linebacker Keenan Robinson (knee), safety Brandon Meriweather (toe) and cornerback Chase Minnifield (concussion) for Friday’s practice, reports CSNwashington.com.
The Redskins ruled Golston and Minnifield out of Sunday's game against the Rams, while Meriweather is listed as doubtful and Robinson is questionable.
Redskins linebacker Keenan Robinson (sprained MCL) and safety Brandon Meriweather (sprained toe) both missed practice Thursday and are questionable for Week 14.
Other Redskins who missed practice include Kedric Golston (foot and back), Chase Minnifield (concussion) and E.J. Biggers (concussion).
Washington will face St. Louis in Week 14.
Redskins defensive lineman Kedric Golston is dealing with a back injury and a case of plantar fasciitis, coach Jay Gruden told reporters during his news conference on Monday. According to the Washington Post, Golston will visit a back specialist and could be in danger of missing Week 14 against the Rams.
Redskins defensive lineman Kedric Golston left Sunday’s game against the Panthers in the first quarter with a back injury. His return is questionable.
The Redskins have listed nine players on its final injury report for Sunday's game against Indianapolis. Cornerback Bashaud Breeland (back) and defensive lineman Kedric Golston (back) were the only two deemed probable for Week 13.
The following seven players were designated as questionable: Defensive lineman Chris Baker (chest), cornerback E.J. Biggers (concussion), safety Ryan Clark (shoulder, stinger), defensive end Jason Hatcher (knee), running back Silas Redd (rib), tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) and tackle Trent Williams (knee).
The Redskins have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Week 6 matchup against the Cardinals: quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle), wide receiver Aldrick Robinson, guard Spencer Long, tackle Morgan Moses, cornerback CB Tracy Porter (hamstring) and linebackers Perry Riley (knee) and Jackson Jeffcoat.
Griffin and Porter were previously ruled out, but Riley carried a questionable tag before being deemed inactive for the game. On the positive side, tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring), safety Ryan Clark (ankle), linebacker Brian Orakpo (ankle) and tackle Trent Williams (knee) are all active after being listed as questionable on the team's final injury report.
The Redskins had several players with a probable designation who are active for Week 6, including defensive ends Kedric Golston (groing) and Jason Hatcher (hamstring), defensive tackle Frank Kearse (thigh), linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee), safety Trenton Robinson (ankle) guard Shawn Lauvao (knee) and tackle Tyler Polumbus (finger).
Seven Redskins have been deemed probable for their Sunday clash against the Cardinals.
They are defensive ends Kedric Golston (groin), Jason Hatcher (hamstring) and Frank Kearse (thigh), linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee), offensive linemen Shawn Lauvao (knee) and Tyler Polumbus (finger) and safety Trenton Robinson (ankle).
Only two Washington players have been ruled out - quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle) and cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring).
Several Redskins who were on the injury report are active for Monday's game against the Seahawks. The list includes linebacker Brian Orakpo (finger), nose tackle Chris Baker (shoulder), defensive end Kedric Golston (groin), defensive end Jason Hatcher (hamstring), defensive end Jarvis Jenkins (rib), linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee) and guard Shawn Lauvao (knee).
The Redskins have listed seven players as questionable for Monday's Week 5 matchup with the Seahawks, including tight ends Jordan Reed (hamstring) and Niles Paul (concussion), left tackle Trent Williams (knee), safety Trenton Robinson (ankle), defensive end Kedric Golston (groin), linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee) and guard Shawn Lauvao (knee).
Williams, Robinson and Goslton were all limited in practice Saturday, while Paul, Jordan and Lauvao practiced in full. Cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) has been ruled out for the game.
Five players were listed as probable to play in Week 5, including wide receiver DeSean Jackson (shoulder), linebacker Brian Orakpo (finger) and defensive linemen Jason Hatcher (hamstring), Chris Baker (shoulder) and Jarvis Jenkins (rib).