WFT WR CURTIS SAMUELS (GROIN) BAGS PRACTICE, SUNDAY IN DOUBT!

By Ben Sullivan

WFT wide receiver Curtis Samuel left today practice early during an individual drill and was listed as “did not practice” by coach Ron Rivera.

Samuel has been nursing a groin injury and participated in Monday’s practice session. Rivera expressed confidence last week that Samuel would be ready for the regular season. But he appeared to have a setback with the injury, leaving his chances to play in Week 1 at home against the Chargers in question.

“He didn’t come out of Monday’s practice quite as well as we hoped,” Rivera said.

Washington signed Samuel, a former Panthers wideout, to a three-year contract maxing out at nearly $35 million during free agency in March.

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