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Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden was concerned that DeAngelo Hall could miss significant time with the toe injury.

By SI Wire
September 25, 2015

Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall will have an MRI on his strained right big toe on Friday, reports Mike Jones of The Washington Post.

Hall left Washington’s 32–21 loss to the Giants in the third quarter on Thursday night, and had to be helped off the field. He left the stadium wearing a boot on his right foot, Jones reports.

Coach Jay Gruden was concerned that Hall could miss significant time with the injury after reviewing initial tests.

“For a defensive back, even if it’s just turf toe, that could be a long time,” Gruden said. “You know, we have [tight end] Logan Paulsen who is out for the year with a toe injury. He had to have surgery. So there’s different degrees. We don’t know what degree this is. We hope for the best by the way he walked off the field. I’m not too thrilled that it’s going to be a short-term injury.”

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Hall, who in his 12th NFL season and his eighth with Washington, missed one game during training camp with a sprained left big toe. Through three games, Hall has 12 total tackles with four assists.

The Redskins are now 1–2 and will face NFC East rival Eagles in Week 4.

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