Case Keenum, Adrian Peterson are on Washington’s injury report

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Washington didn’t practice Monday, less than 24 hours after a 9-0 loss to the 49ers, but the team still had to produce an injury report.

Washington listed both quarterback Case Keenum and running back Adrian Peterson on its injury report. The team estimated Keenum a full participant with right shoulder and foot injuries, while Peterson’s ankle injury would have kept him out.

“[Keenum] came out all right,” interim coach Bill Callahan said Monday.

Washington also listed safety Deshazor Everett (ankle), linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons (hamstring), offensive guard Wes Martin (chest), safety Montae Nicholson (ankle), cornerback Josh Norman (thigh/hand), receiver Steven Sims (great toe) and running back Chris Thompson (toe) as sitting out.

Tight end Vernon Davis (concussion), linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (elbow) and offensive tackle Donald Penn (not injury related) were limited.

Washington hopes Norman can return this week after making him inactive Sunday.

“He was backed down [Sunday] for medical purposes, so hopefully, we can get him back this week,” Callahan said.

6 responses to “Case Keenum, Adrian Peterson are on Washington’s injury report

  1. I still have mad love for both AP and Case as each has provided some of the best highlights in Vikings history.

  2. I just can’t wish bad for either AP or CK. Hope both show up Thursday, and put up a good show with the SKOLDIERS getting the win.

  3. Like him or not, AP still has gas in the tank. He still looks like he did in his prime and when he has broken loose he still hits 20 mph PLUS.. that is impressive.He will probably be a 1st year HOF. If not tell me why.
    Kase on the other hand had a team with the Vikings that changed their system to fit him.. The guy has an ESP get out of SACK ability.. I’d always take him back as a VIKES backup…

  4. The Redskins might as well enlist the services of Humpty Dumpty. He couldn’t do any worse than the hapless Skins this year. If only someone would buy the Skins and Snyder and Allen would hit the road. Won’t happen though. Little Danny loves selling all those tickets to Redskins opponents at home games. What a sorry organization….

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