Gruden: Injured Redskins cleared for camp

The Redskins enter training camp with a full and available roster as coach Jay Gruden announces several injured players, including Trent Williams and DeAngelo Hall, are clear for practice.

Several of the Washington Redskins' injured players, including offensive tackle Trent Williams and linebacker Ryan Kerrigan, have been fully cleared to participate in this year's training camp, coach Jay Gruden announced Wednesday. Gruden met with the media one day before the start of training camp Thursday in Richmond.

Williams (ankle) and Ryan Kerrigan (knee) missed the previous workouts along with tight end Jordan Reed (knee), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (Achilles) and offensive tackle Morgan Moses (foot surgery).

Players participated in conditioning drills Wednesday. Gruden said the 330-plus pound Williams looked like a "gazelle" running on the field.

Hall tore his Achilles in 2014. His return is one to watch for his on-field progress, but also because the veteran could end up being a surprise cut before the season kicks off against the Miami Dolphins in Week 1.

Reed caught 50 passes last season and is a true difference maker in the passing game. The issue is staying the field. He missed 12 games over his first two NFL seasons.


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