Clinton Portis isn’t the only injury the Redskins are dealing with as they get ready for Sunday night’s big game against the Cowboys. But it certainly is the most significant.
Jason Reid of the Washington Post looks at how the injury bug has hit the Redskins at a very tough time.
“The Redskins acknowledged things would be more difficult for them against an NFC East rival, and in their final seven games, if Portis — the NFL’s second-leading rusher — is sidelined or slowed because of a sprained medial collateral ligament,” writes Reid. “Primary backup Ladell Betts might miss his fourth straight game because of a sprained left knee, wide receiver Santana Moss is slowly recovering from a sore hamstring and left tackle Chris Samuels still is experiencing knee pain.” More