Jay Gruden gave some injury updates during his post-practice presser on Wednesday. The big news was both Trey Quinn and Cam Sims had ankle surgery and were being placed on injured reserve. He did say that both were candidates to return from IR, along with RB Byron Marshall, if they were healthy after 8 weeks.
In other injured Redskins WR news, Maurice Harris returned to practice for the first time in over 2 weeks. Harris had been in the concussion protocol, and remains there until he is fully cleared to play. Gruden said he was doing individual drills in Wednesday's practice, which is a good sign for a return to the field soon.
The Redskins re-signed Brian Quick who will be active on Sunday. They also signed Jehu Chisson from the practice squad. Gruden said Chisson would be active if Harris can't play, and Quick would be the #4 receiver. Chisson would play outside if needed. but mainly be used on special teams.
Rookie safety Troy Apke was the only Redskins player who did not participate in practice on Wednesday. He tweaked his hamstring against the Cardinals, and there have been no reports on the severity of the injury yet. The Redskins signed DB Kenny Ladler from the practice squad on Tuesday.
Morgan Moses is also listed on the injury report with what Jay Gruden described as a 'slight knee'. Moses was limited in practice. The only other injuries listed are Zach Brown(oblique) and Colt McCoy(thumb). Both players were full participants in practice, and the same injuries were listed on last week's report.