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Practice Update/Other Details

Would be hard to imagine the Skins are going to list WR James Thrash (ankle) and FB Mike Sellers (back) as anything other than doubtful or out. They missed practice again and have not been on the field really much at all that I can think of this week from what we see at practice.

RB Clinton Portis (back) was also not on the practice field.

WRs Santana Moss (heel) and Antwaan Randle El (hamstring) were on the field, but we get to see almost none of Friday practices, so I have no idea if they are taking full work or are limited in their participation.

Also, for now I would advise everyone going to the game Sunday who wants to see all the pre-game ceremonies to be in their seats by 12:15 or so (I will get an official timeline of the pre-game festivities later, but for now I'd go with this estimate). I knowa lot of people have emailed me about this, so I wanted to get out what I knew for now.

Looks like next week will be a very truncated media schedule as well. Coach Gibbs's normal Monday press conference will not take place, with the team flying to Miami for the funeral that day. Tuesday will be jam packed with meetings and will be the only media availability for the week, as Wednesday is likely to be like a normal Saturday - given that the game is on Thursday (sorry if this doesn't make sense).

So, basically Wednesday will be off-limits to the media from what I am gathering, although the team has not set an official schedule just yet. Everyone figures the players will be off next Friday-Monday following the Chicago game, but that too is not confirmed.

By Jason La Canfora  |  November 30, 2007; 12:14 PM ET
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