The Washington Commanders were back on the practice field Friday in preparation for Monday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. And, the Commanders received some good injury news.
Rookie wide receiver Jahan Dotson was a full participant for the first time since Week 4. Dotson injured his hamstring in the Week 4 loss to the Dallas Cowboys and missed the last five games.
Dotson has yet to play in a game with quarterback Taylor Heinicke. In his first four NFL games, Dotson was leading all rookies with four touchdown receptions.
While Washington had good news on Dotson, linebacker Cole Holcomb remains out with a foot injury. The Commanders have one more practice on Saturday, but it sounds like Holcomb could miss his third consecutive game.
Center Tyler Larsen went from limited to DNP Friday. Larsen, who is Washington’s fourth center of the season, began this year on the PUP list. Larsen is dealing with a back injury.
Jahan Dotson. (Have at it twitter medical staff): pic.twitter.com/TCyU8wPimh
— John Keim (@john_keim) November 11, 2022
Running back J.D. McKissic remains sidelined with a neck injury, while linebacker David Mayo was limited again with a hamstring issue.
The Eagles remain almost fully healthy heading into Monday night.