Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon is still feeling pain in his injured right foot.
Garcon returned to practice this week after missing the last four games with a torn ligament in his right foot. The Redskins held an additional practice on Monday following their bye week that was the first change Garcon has had to test his injured foot. He’s been listed as a limited participant on the Redskins’ injury report the last two days.
According to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, the injured toe is still bothering him.
“It’s gotten a little bit better,” Garcon said. “But when you go back to running on it, you can feel pain.”
Garcon said earlier this week that he is going to try everything possible to avoid season-ending surgery. According the Maske, the specific injury Garcon has is a plantar plate tear that involves a torn ligament near his second toe.
Garcon has played in just three games and has eight catches for 153 yards and a touchdown for the Redskins.