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Donovan McNabb no longer in walking boot; Mike Sellers won't rule out playing

Quarterback Donovan McNabb was not wearing a boot on his tender left ankle, unlike yesterday, and appeared to be moving better when the Redskins' locker room opened to the media this morning. His ankle, injured Saturday night against the Ravens, was wrapped, Mike Jones of TBD.com tweeted.

Running back Mike Sellers didn't rule out playing Friday night against the Jets. "I anticipate myself being in every game. I'm a fast healer," he said (via Larry Weisman on Twitter).

Like Tom Brady, Sellers doesn't watch "Hard Knocks." Sellers has a different reason, though. "We have enough soap operas on this team," he said, via The Examiner's John Keim on Twitter.

By Cindy Boren  |  August 24, 2010; 11:11 AM ET
Categories:  Donovan McNabb , Redskins  
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