Redskins Don’t Expect To Have WR Pierre Garçon Available For Sunday’s Game


Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that the Washington Redskins do not expect to have WR Pierre Garçon for tomorrows game against the St Louis Rams.

La Canfora adds that Garcon will give it try tomorrow before the game, but it’s not looking good at this point in time. This will be a topic that we’ll be monitoring tomorrow morning.


Rich Campbell of the Washington Times tweets that Redskins WR Pierre Garçon will be a game-time decision, after being limited in practice the past two days because of a bruised right foot.

“If he can live with the pain, and can go full speed, then you let him go,” Shanahan said. “Obviously he can take something to help himself a little bit.”

Garçon declined to discuss the injury with reporters, repeating, “feeling good” as he walked from the practice field to the locker room. Aldrick Robinson, Josh Morgan, and Leonard Hankerson could eventually replace Garçon on Week 2, though Shanahan would not say what he’d do if his starter can’t play.


Rich Campbell tweets that Redskins WR Pierre Garcon was “very limited” in the team’s Thursday practice.

Garcon is believed to be dealing with a turf toe injury, which leaves his status for Week 2 in some doubt. Head coach Mike Shanahan mentioned that the decision may ultimately come down to Garcon’s “pain tolerance.”

A decision regarding his availability will most likely be made Sunday morning, but this is a topic to monitor in the coming days if you happen to be relying on him in your fantasy league.

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