The San Francisco 49ers take to the road to face the Washington Redskins this weekend. Both sides appear to be largely healthy, though the 49ers wide receivers continue to rest up during practice.
Two 49ers- defensive tackles Ray McDonald (hamstring) and Justin Smith (not injury related)- failed to practice on Wednesday. Meanwhile, five players were limited during practice: wide receiver Michael Crabtree (foot), cornerback Chris Culliver (shoulder), wide receiver Braylon Edwards (knee), safety Dashon Goldson (knee) and running back Moran Norris (fibula).
Crabtree and Edwards have been dealt with injuries this season and continue to work through them by resting during the week. Both players played last week against the Cleveland Browns and led the 49ers pass attack with 54 receiving yards and one touchdown for Crabtree and 42 receiving yards for Edwards.
The Redskins are also struggling with injuries to their offense. Running back Tashard Choice (hamstring) and wide receiver Santana Moss (hand) were out on Wednesday and will not play on Sunday.
Safety Oshiomogho Atogwe (toe, knee) and tight end Fred Davis (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday either but have not been ruled out for Sunday. Redskins cornerback Phillip Buchanon (neck, knee), linebacker London Fletcher (hamstring) and tackle Trent Williams (ankle) were limited participants.
The 49ers should have most, if not all, of their players on the field on Sunday. San Francisco will take aim at its sixth straight win against the Redskins.