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Brown's Back At Right Tackle

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Jammal Brown returned to action in Saturday's game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Brown started the game at right tackle, his customary position. He had missed the Redskins' last two games due to a groin injury.

Brown suffered the injury during warm-ups prior to the Week 14 game against the New England Patriots.

He was replaced by third-year lineman Tyler Polumbus against the Patriots and in last week's game against the New York Giants.

Against the Vikings, Polumbus returned to a backup role. With guard/center Erik Cook inactive, Polumbus backed up at both guard spots as well as offensive tackle alongside veteran Sean Locklear.

The Redskins' complete list of inactives for Saturday's game was as follows: Helu, Markus White, Erik Cook, Rob Myers, David Anderson, Doug Worthington and Kentwan Balmer.

Myers and Worthington joined the Redskins' roster last week.

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