And the Redskins, and Rabach, continue to say he'll play Sunday.
Guard Pete Kendall (knee/hamstring) said he felt good after practice today, but declined to say what hurt worse. He also didn't want to say whether he injured himself Sunday or if this was something that had bothered him for a while.
Both Kendall and tackle Todd Wade participated in the full practice. Tackle Stephon Heyer (groin) and Rabach did not. Shawn Springs did not practice as he remains at a Dallas hospital where his father, Ron, is in a coma. Assistant head coach/defense Gregg Williams said Springs could play if he shows up Sunday and says he wants to.
Meanwhile, linebacker Marcus Washington (hamstring) was limited and said he would be a game time decision.
For Arizona, safety Adrian Wilson (hamstring) and quarterback Kurt Warner (left elbow) were limited. Safety Aaron Francisco (knee) and linebacker Karlos Dansby (knee) did not practice.
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