Thursday injury report for Washington vs. Giants, Week 18

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The Washington Football Team has faced their share of injuries and COVID-related absences this season. Washington looks to finish its season on a strong note Sunday when it travels to the Meadowlands to face the New York Giants.

Giants coach Joe Judge fired some early shots at Washington after Sunday’s loss to the Bears. Washington coach Ron Rivera was not amused. Judge later backpedaled and said his comments were not about Washington.

So, you’d think there would be a lot of animosity and emotion from both sides heading into the regular-season finale. Washington is fired up, but it looks like the Giants would rather opt out of Week 18.

A look at Thursday’s injury report and the Giants had six players miss practice and nine players limited. New York will be starting its third-string quarterback Sunday in Jake Fromm.

Rookie wide receiver Kadarius Toney missed practice Thursday, while star running back Saquon Barkley remained limited with an ankle injury.

As for Washington, four players missed practice: OL Saahdiq Charles (knee), WR Curtis Samuel (hamstring), TE Ricky Seals-Jones (concussion) and DE Montez Sweat (NIR-personal).

RB Antonio Gibson, DE James Smith-Williams and TE Sammis Reyes were limited. Sam Cosmi returned to practice Thursday.

Washington looks to end its four-game losing streak Sunday and sweep the season series against the Giants.