Redskins safety Chris Horton (shoulder) is doubtful for Sunday's game against Cincinnait – and defensive tackle Cornelius Griffin is likely a game-time decision.
Griffin tried to practice today, but remained bothered by his abdominal strain and could not work. Horton and right tackle Jon Jansen both likely won't play Sunday. Jansen was limited Thursday, but could not go today because his knee did not respond well to the work.
Corner Shawn Springs was limited today, an improvement over the past few weeks. The Redskins don't want to be too excited about his availability until they see how his calf responds to doing more work today.
If Griffin can't go, the Redskins would at least have Kedric Golston ready to return. The coaches have been pleased with how he's looked.
Mike Green would start for Horton.
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