Browns injury report: Joe Thomas, Josh Cribbs limited but all 53 practice

Jason Miller

Josh Cribbs and Joe Thomas were both limited at practice for the Browns on Thursday, but should be good to go for Sunday against the Redskins.

Kick returner Josh Cribbs and tackle Joe Thomas were limited participants in practice for the Cleveland Browns on Thursday. Cribbs has been bothered by a knee injury, and Thomas is dealing with a back injury. Neither player has missed a game this season due to injury, and it seems unlikely that either of them would be out of action on Sunday.

Here's the full injury list, courtesy of the Akron Beacon Journal:

Limited Participants

KR Josh Cribbs (knee)
OL Joe Thomas (back)
DL Jaqua Parker (knee)

Full Participants

WR Travis Benjamin (finger)
RB Montario Hardesty (knee)
LB James-Michael Johnson (thigh/finger)
RB Trent Richardson (chest/rib/finger)
OL Shawn Lauvao (foot)
DE Frostee Rucker (shoulder)

For the Redskins, the obvious issue is the health of rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III after he left last week's game with a knee injury. Griffin was a limited participant in practice on Thursday, and no decision has been made as of yet regarding his status for Sunday. Linebacker London Fletcher and offensive tackle Trent Williams were also limited at practice for Washington.

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