Here's a bit of good news. CB Aaron Ross returned to practice today and said he's good to go on Monday. He told reporters that an MRI checked out OK, so it doesn't look like there's anything serious.
He's still listed as questionable, so how he feels tomorrow will tell a lot about whether he'll start in Corey Webster's left cornerback spot, or whether they'll have to go with Kevin Dockery there.
Also practicing was RB Ahmad Bradshaw. But Webster (knee) and T Kareem McKenzie (knee) remained out. Figure both to be very long shots at best for Monday.
If you want to feel a little better about things -- a very little better -- the Redskins canceled their final practice today because their practice facility was snowed under. Somehow, with all the changes going on down there -- Jim Zorn probably out after the season, GM Vinnie Cerrato resigning and Bruce Allen taking over -- I don't think that's going to affect their enthusiasm when the primetime lights go on Monday night. Too many players jobs at stake.
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