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Hatcher (hamstring) is active for Thursday's game versus the Giants, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.

Among a banged-up defensive line, all three regular starters, including Hatcher, are suiting up in Week 4. It's unclear how the workload of each will be divvied up, but Hatcher may not be afforded enough run to reliably bring down Eli Manning.

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Hatcher (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Giants.

After putting in limited practices all week due to an injured hamstring suffered Sunday in Philadelphia, Hatcher's availability for Week 4 is up in the air. Because most members of the defensive line hold questionable status, the rotation may not be clear until the inactive list emerges prior to the game. If he takes the field, he may find the going tough against a Giants offensive line that has allowed just five sacks of Eli Manning this season.

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Hatcher (hamstring) was a limited participant at Tuesday's practice.

Hatcher looks like a question mark for Thursday's game against the Giants after he was removed in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss to the Eagles with a hamstring ailment. If Hatcher is unable to go as a result of the short week, the Redskins' defensive line could be in trouble. Nose tackle Chris Baker is facing a possible suspension for his illegal hit on quarterback Nick Foles on Sunday, and backup ends Frank Kearse and Kedric Golson look questionable to play as they tend to injuries of their own.

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Hatcher suffered a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter, the Washington Post reports. He did not return to the game.

The team plays Thursday in Week 4 so expect Hatcher to miss some practice time this week.

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Hatcher recorded three tackles and 1.5 sacks in Week 2.

The Redskins tied a team record with 10 sacks and were able to generate pressure on Chad Henne all game long.

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Hatcher (knee) is recovering from offseason knee surgery and expects to play in Week 1, the Washington Post reports.

Hatcher states he still experiences occasional soreness but nothing that will prevent him from taking the field and being effective.

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Hatcher (knee) had a strong preseason debut. In three series he record a sack and QB pressure, the Washington Post reports.

Hatcher has missed all of preseason as he recovers from knee surgery. This was a good step to ensuring he's on the field for Week 1.

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Hatcher (knee) will play in Saturday's preseason game against the Ravens, CSN Washington reports.

Hatcher will make his Redskins debut Saturday now that he's feeling more like his former self following a minor offseason knee surgery. Although the defensive end probably won't play all that much, gaining game experience before the regular season should benefit Hatcher. Washington's offseason signing is coming off a career-best 11 sacks and 41 tackles for the NFC East rival Cowboys last season.

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Hatcher (knee) has been limited to individuals drills since returning from the PUP, the Washington Post reports. He is hoping to participate in team drills over the next few days.

The team is being cautious with the goal of having Hatcher ready for the regular season. Expect him to be limited over the next couple of weeks as he prepares for Week 1.

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Hatcher (knee) was activated from the PUP list Saturday, Washington Times writer Todd Dybas reports.

So long as he keeps rounding into game shape, Hatcher should make an impact as an interior rusher for the Redskins this year. He posted 11 sacks as a 4-3 tackle last year, though the 3-4 end spot is where he'll primarily work with the Redskins.