The Washington Redskins continue to be mostly healthy at this point in the season, as only one player -- Trenton Robinson -- has been ruled out of Sunday's game vs. Carolina.
Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden on Friday announced that the team will be without safety Trenton Robinson (hamstring) for their Week 11 matchup against the Carolina Panthers, while Keenan Robinson (shoulder) and Terrance Knighton (migraines) will be questionable.
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Trenton Robinson was limited in Wednesday's practice, but did not practice on either Thursday or Friday, showing a noticeable limp in his step.
The Michigan State product has appeared in all nine of the Redskins' games this season, starting seven.
He has 59 tackles this season – third-most on the team – while also recording an interception and a special team tackle.
Replacing Duke Ihenacho in the starting lineup after he suffered a season-ending injury, Robinson started the next seven games before Jeron Johnson got the starting nod last week against the New Orleans Saints.
Keenan Robinson (shoulder) was limited in practice throughout the week as he looks to get back on the field after missing last Sunday's 44-17 victory.
The University of Texas product has 68 tackles on the season – second-most on the team – but may be a backup for Sunday's game even if active depending on how the team wants to use him along with Will Compton and Perry Riley Jr.
Hall, meanwhile, continues to deal with a toe injury that he suffered during the third quarter of the Redskins' Week 3 game with the New York Giants.
Inactive for the next five games, the 12-year veteran returned to action last Sunday.
He appeared in 18 plays and even got some work at safety, a possible move that could become more of a commonality for the Virginia Tech product as the season continues.
"I'm not in the business of just trying to tack on years," Hall said on Wednesday. "I can go home and hang with my kids and my family before I do that. But I think I can make a difference at safety somewhere. They kind of mentioned it to me and I was like, 'Alright, cool. Let's do it.' And we've been in the lab trying to draw different schemes and different things. Try to get me on the field, so it's been interesting, it's been fun."
Terrance Knighton (migraines) was a full participant on Wednesday, but was not at Thursday's practice as he attended a doctor's appointment.
"It's a routine checkup," Gruden said. "It's the only time he could get in to see him [the specialist] – he's at a special place. Hopefully they'll find some answers out for him."
Jason Hatcher (knee) once again did not practice on Wednesday, which has become standard procedure as the Redskins look to limit the wear and tear on his body during the week.
He was limited on Thursday and Friday and will be listed as probable.
Chris Culliver (knee) was limited throughout the week but is also probable.
Chris Baker (ankle/rib), Bashaud Breeland (hamstring), Dashon Goldson (wrist/hamstring), Ryan Kerrigan (hand), Josh LeRibeus (elbow/shoulder), Spencer Long (hip), Alfred Morris (rib), Andre Roberts (ankle) and Brandon Scherff (thigh) were all full participants in all three practices this week and will be listed as probable.