Commanders Injury Update: Kamren Curl and Jonathan Allen Full Participants on Wednesday – Sports Illustrated

  • September 22, 2022

ASHBURN, Va. — The Washington Commanders (1-1) welcome the Philadelphia Eagles (2-0) into FedEx Field on Sunday for a Week 3 NFC East battle that features quarterback Carson Wentz's first game against the team that drafted him second overall in the 2016 NFL Draft.
After a solid performance by second-year safety Darrick Forrest in Week 1 and a not-so-good one in Week 2, the Commanders are hoping to get Kamren Curl back from his thumb injury.
Something deemed far more likely now that he's been cleared, medically
And in the week's opening practice, Curl was a full participant wearing a protective device over the injured right thumb.
Defensive tackle was on the injury report last week with a groin injury and was forced into more action than expected against the Detroit Lions due to Daniel Wise going down in the game. 
Allen was also a full participant to start the week. 
Both good signs they'll be available against the Eagles this weekend, barring any setbacks.
An update on Monday points to the Washington Commanders getting safety Kamren Curl back, just in time for the Philadelphia Eagles to visit FedEx Field in Week 3.
The Washington Commanders have had nothing but glowing praise for rookie wide receiver Jahan Dotson. And their actions are matching those words.
The Commanders looked like one of the NFL's surprise teams after their Week 1 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars. But they came back down to earth in their Week 2 loss against the Detroit Lions.
As for the rest of Wednesday's practice report, 
Did Not Practice: defensive end Casey Toohill (concussion), defensive lineman Daniel Wise (ankle), defensive end Shaka Toney (illness)
Limited: linebacker Cole Holcomb (quad), guard Trai Turner (quad), guard Saahdiq Charles (shoulder)
Full: defensive tackle Jonathan Allen (groin), offensive lineman Wes Schweitzer (groin), safety Kamren Curl (thumb)
Overall a good report to begin Week 3, with possibilities for even better news as the week progresses.
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David Harrison has covered the NFL since the 2015 season as a digital content creator in written and podcast media and is the co-host of the Locked On Washington Football Team Podcast. He is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and previously served for 20 years in the United States Army. Find David on Twitter @DHarrison82


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