Harris and Hall don't practice and Gibbs has a chat with LaVar
Practice Notes: Arrington With D-Line
Walt Harris did not practice, but he was out on the field doing some very light running, stopping and starting. Look for him to be listed as questionable on this week's injury report.
Just as he has been for the last couple of weeks, John Hall was dressed out but not kicking. Since Gibbs has said that they want him to be able to kick in practice for two weeks before they think about activating him, look for Hall to be inactive this Sunday.
Proving that kickers are a different breed, Nick Novak was out all alone at the far end of the far field accompanied by just a ball boy. He was kicking off of a tee, booming 50-yarders into the net. He had two balls so the ball boy would bring him them to him and he would get off two kicks just seconds apart. Sounds like the end of Sunday's game.
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