ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -Washington Redskins receiver Santana Moss didn't practice Friday and is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against Detroit.
Moss hurt his groin in the final quarter of a loss to the New York Giants two weeks ago and has not practiced since. The Redskins were off last week.
If Moss doesn't play, the Redskins will have only one active wide receiver - Antwaan Randle El - who has caught a pass this season. Moss has 12 catches for 199 yards, while Randle El has 11 receptions for 238 yards.
Assistant coach Al Saunders said earlier this week that James Thrash would start if Moss can't suit up. The Redskins also signed veteran Keenan McCardell this week to add depth at the position.
Fullback Mike Sellers was limited in practice with a heel injury, but he is listed as probable. Running back Clinton Portis (knee), cornerback Fred Smoot (hamstring), safety Sean Taylor (knee) and receiver Brandon Lloyd (shin) all practiced and are listed as probable.

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