Mid-Week & Injury Report

John Keim updates fans on the injuries for the Packers game as well as other topics.

Injury update: Receiver Santana Moss practiced and said he would play Sunday at Green Bay. However, coach Joe Gibbs said the team would need a "miracle" to have Antwaan Randle El ready. But Randle El insists he will play. He did not practice Wednesday; neither did end Phillip Daniels (shoulder), fullback Mike Sellers (heel) and linebacker Marcus Washington (hamstring). Sellers is expected to play. The other two remain uncertain.

For Green Bay, T Chad Clifton (knee), TE Bubba Franks (knee), CB Al Harris (back), WR Greg Jennings (shoulder), DE Michael Montgomery (knee), RB Vernand Morency (coaches decision) and CB Charles Woodson (foot) were limited in practice.

Locker room issue No. 1: Jason Campbell earns his first player of the week award for his performance against Detroit. Campbell didn't even know about it until after the morning walk-through when informed by reporters. His teammates proceeded to have a good time with him. During his press gathering, a few of them -- Mike Sellers, Fred Smoot and at least one other -- hollered at him, called out his name, razzed him about his lips or threw a T-shirt at him (had to be Sellers). But Campbell is unafraid to give it right back to him, joking about Sellers' chin hair.

Locker room issue No. 2: Brett Favre. The Green Bay quarterback has many admirers in the Redskins' locker room, starting with corner Shawn Springs. When asked what he thinks of when he thinks of Favre, Springs said, "Competitor. Toughness. Fun. Even when you're on the field he makes the game fun. You get excited when you go into games like that. He gives his all and he makes you bring your game up. He'll tell you, 'I'm throwing at you today.' And he'll mess with you. He's such a competitor. And you see his type of excitement. In order to play on the same field as him, you have to match it. If you don't, he'll embarrass you."

The Quote: "Hell no. I like to drink beer. I don't like to wear beer." Mike Sellers when asked if he would do a Lambeau Leap.

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