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Washington could get Samuel back against banged-up Seahawks


AP Sports Writer

Wide receiver Curtis Samuel is expected to return for Washington on Monday night against the Seattle Seahawks after missing the vast majority of this season with a lingering groin injury. Samuel has been limited to four catches in two games so far. He got a full week of practice in and is confident he can be his usually potent self. Washington could also get Logan Thomas back from a hamstring injury. The Seahawks on the other hand come in banged up after losing cornerback Tre Brown to a season-ending knee injury. Running back Rashad Penny has also been ruled out for Seattle.

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