Hope for a Colt McCoy return this season may be waning

After Washington quarterback Colt McCoy had surgical treatment to fix a damaged fibula Tuesday, Redskins Trainer Jay Gruden expressed a hope that his restoration would best be two to a few weeks and McCoy may go back earlier than the tip of the season.

On Thursday, Gruden sounded rather less positive.

“Wishful considering it may well be a three-week sort deal,” Gruden stated. “Almost definitely, realistically, it may well be just a little longer.”

McCoy stopped by means of the workforce’s observe facility Thursday and Gruden stated he was once anticipated to return again Friday. The workforce has now not positioned McCoy on injured reserve and continues to record him on its damage file, even though the quarterback was once to start with considered out for the remainder of the season after Monday’s loss to the Eagles.

Gruden additionally stated defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis noticed a expert Thursday to ensure there isn’t a larger downside with the shin damage that saved him out of Monday’s recreation at Philadelphia and practices this week.

Different Washington gamers who didn’t observe Thursday have been guard Tony Bergstrom (knee, ankle), and linebackers Ryan Anderson (hamstring) and Zach Brown (sickness). Restricted have been working again Adrian Peterson (shoulder), middle Chase Roullier (knee) and tackles Morgan Moses (ankle) and Trent Williams (thumb, wrist).

Gruden stated the workforce labored take on Ty Nsekhe at guard some on Thursday at the side of newly-signed guard Zac Kerin. The workforce must fill two beginning guard spots. New middle Demetrius Rhaney cut up time with Roullier, who was once resting his knee.

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