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Redskins left tackle Trent Williams and wide receiver Pierre Garcon were able to fully participate in Wednesday's practice.
The Washington Redskins welcomed back to practice left tackle Trent Williams, who has been slowed down with a right knee injury, and wide receiver Pierre Garcon, who has had issues with his right foot. Both players were full participants. Last week, those two were limited heading into their game against Tampa Bay, but they were both able to play. Getting both Williams and Garcon healthy enough for a normal practice is a positive sign that they are getting over their injuries.
Safety Brandon Meriweather has already been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons with a sprained left knee, which he suffered prior to last week's game against Tampa Bay. Meriweather suffered the injury when he collided with wide receiver Aldrick Robinson, and he suffered a concussion in that collision which limited him at Wednesday's practice.
Other players who were limited during practice were wide receiver and kick returner Brandon Banks with a hip injury and running back Evan Royster suffering with a right knee ailment. Cornerback Cedric Griffin could miss his second straight game with a hamstring injury, and he did not practice at all.