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Redskin Roy Helu: Slow recovery for running back with turf toe

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Redskins running back Roy Helu could provide a boost for the offense when he returns next season. But he has to get his toe healthy. And, so far, that’s taking time. Helu was placed on injured reserve on Sept. 26 because of a turf toe, which is a sprained ligament near the joint of the big toe, on his left foot. He also dealt with Achilles’ tendon issues in both legs, leaving him ineffective...

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