Wednesday injury report for Washington vs. Raiders, Week 13

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The Washington Football Team was back on the practice field Wednesday after Monday night’s 17-15 win over the Seattle Seahawks.

As you might expect, Washington’s injury report was full on Wednesday, with so many players banged up from Monday.

The two notable injuries from Monday night’s game were running back J.D. McKissic and center/guard Wes Schweitzer. Both players missed practice Wednesday. McKissic was listed on the injury report with a concussion, while Schweitzer nurses an ankle injury.

While being in concussion protocol is not a positive development, McKissic’s injury initially looked much worse.

Safety/linebacker Landon Collins also missed practice with a foot injury. That situation is worth monitoring throughout the week.

Center Tyler Larsen remains out with a knee injury, while cornerback Benjamin St-Juste missed practice due to a concussion. St-Juste has missed time this season with concussions.

Antonio Gibson, Curtis Samuel, Logan Thomas, Brandon Scherff and Ricky Seals-Jones were all limited. It’s encouraging to see Samuel on the field after playing in a game Monday night, which would indicate he’s on the right track. The same applies to Thomas, who was activated from injured reserve Monday.

Gibson and Scherff are limited throughout the week, every week.

As for the Raiders, star tight end Darren Waller missed Wednesday’s practice with back and knee injuries. Defensive end Carl Nassib and linebacker Patrick Onwuasor also missed practice.