Sat practice notes and injuries
Webb studying up on Redskins
Rookie knows Bears offensive line has to get up to speed, and quickly
As instructed, Bears rookie right tackle J'Marcus Webb reviewed last week's game film Wednesday night to determine exactly where he needed to improve.
"I saw a lot of technique issues that I had,'' Webb said. "Ultimately, you have to get better at those things. As a line we need to get better at those things.''
Asked specifically what technique issues he uncovered, Webb responded, "Several things.''
The Bears will need him to be a quick study, with the Redskins sure to bring pressure. Rush specialist Brian Orakpo leads the charge with five of the Redskins' 13 sacks, including one in each of the last three games. And expect the Redskins to blitz, considering the success the Seahawks had bringing their defensive backs at Jay Cutler.
Injury update: Lance Briggs officially is listed as questionable as his sprained left ankle continues to improve. Briggs expects to play, although coach Lovie Smith downplayed the linebacker's status.
Lance made a lot of progress (Friday), but he's not quite there yet,'' Smith said. "We have a lot of time before the game.''
Safety Major Wright (hamstring) also is questionable but is unlikely to play, while guard Roberto Garza (knee surgery) and cornerback Zack Bowman (sprained foot) are doubtful.
For the Redskins, tight end Chris Cooley (concussion) was full go at practice Friday, while fullback Mike Sellers (heel) was limited. Sellers is expected to play Sunday.
Coming around: Receivers coach Darryl Drake was impressed with Devin Aromashodu's attitude despite his being in the doghouse. Aromashodu's playing time was reduced after he dropped a few passes and missed numerous downfield blocks in the opener against the Lions. Now he appears to be back in the rotation.
"Sure, I'm happy with the way he has kept his mind in it, no question,'' Drake said. "I was really proud of the way he played at Carolina, was proud of his effort. That's what it's all about. He'll be fine.''
Aromashodu was on the Redskins' practice squad in 2008 before being signed to the Bears' active roster.