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- Brunell's Status Up in The Air

Chris Pokorny December 25, 2005
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The Washington Redskins have not made it clear yet whether or not starting quarterback Mark Brunell will be healthy enough to play in this week's big game against the Philadelphia Eagles. A win would clinch a postseason berth for the Redskins, but a loss would have them scoreboard watching.

Brunell left the game against the New York Giants this past Sunday in the third quarter after spraining his knee. Patrick Ramsey replaced Brunell and performed well, allowing the Redskins to keep their momentum and defeat the Giants.

Ramsey started the season as the Redskins' starting quarterback, but was replaced after getting hurt during their Week 1 contest against the Chicago Bears. Brunell took over, and has started every game since.


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