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- Apr 11, 2009
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- Montclair, VA
We'll source it better as we go of course, but in case you haven't heard yet...
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That sigh of relief chorus you heard was led by Donovan McNabb.http://twitter.com/RedskinsInsider
Redskins Insider: Trent Williams' MRI shows no structural damage: It appears the Redskins have received some enco... http://wapo.st/avenFB
Team is hopeful Trent Williams can play this weekend at St Louis
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Trent Williams had negative MRI and no structural damage; knee contusion and sprained toe, multiple sources say
18 minutes ago via mobile web
From link above:
Trent Williams' MRI shows no structural damage
It appears the Redskins have received some encouraging news about injured rookie left tackle Trent Williams, multiple people familiar with the situation said Monday.
An MRI of Williams's left knee revealed no structural damage, the sources said. Williams suffered a knee contusion and a sprained toe, tests showed, but the injuries were not nearly as serious as the team initially feared. Tony Wyllie, Redskins senior vice president, declined to comment about Williams's situation, saying Coach Mike Shanahan "will address all questions at 3 p.m."
The question now is whether Williams will play Sunday against the St. Louis Rams at St. Louis. One person in the organization said Williams wants to play this week, and the team has not ruled out the possibility. Williams was in a walking boot Sunday as a precaution, the sources said.
The injury occurred late in the fourth quarter of the Houston Texans' 30-27 overtime victory at FedEx Field. Williams went down as he was beaten for a sack by Texans all-pro defensive end Mario Williams, who had three sacks in the game.