ASHBURN, Va. (AP) - Washington Redskins running back Ryan Torain is set to return after missing four games with a hamstring injury.
Coach Mike Shanahan said Friday that Torain had no setbacks this week and "should be full-go'' for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Torain is the team's leading rusher with 391 yards this season. His return should bring a boost to a struggling ground attack that has also been missing Clinton Portis, who is out with a season-ending injury.
Safety LaRon Landry and cornerback Carlos Rogers have a chance to play Sunday, although both were limited in Friday's practice. Landry has missed three games with a left Achilles' tendon injury, and Rogers has missed two of the last three games with sore hamstrings.
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