Washington QB Smith practices, still questionable

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Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith practiced for a second consecutive day Friday, but he is questionable for Sunday’s game at the Philadelphia Eagles.

Washington (6-9) will win the NFC East if it beats the Eagles (4-10-1). Washington has lost two consecutive games with Smith unable to play.

Smith practiced on back-to-back days for the first time since suffering a strained right calf during a Dec. 13 game vs. San Francisco. Last week, Smith did not practice until the Friday before the game; his calf did not respond well the next day, and he missed his second straight game.

Running back Antonio Gibson (turf toe) and receiver Terry McLaurin (high ankle sprain) also are listed as questionable for Sunday. Neither practiced this week, but both did work with athletic trainers off to the side, and coach Ron Rivera said he was “encouraged” by what he saw.

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Gibson played last weekend against Carolina, carrying 10 times for 61 yards, but McLaurin missed the game and hasn’t practiced in two weeks.

On Thursday, Rivera said of Gibson: “Antonio’s fine. You try to be smart with it and try to keep him off of it as

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