(ASHBURN, Va.) — Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher is in danger of missing his first game in 15-seasons.
The 37-year-old two-time Pro Bowler, injured his right hamstring in the Redskins 27-23 loss to the Giants on Sunday.
Fletcher showed up to practice Wednesday but did not participate.
Besides the hamstring issue, Skins head coach Mike Shanahan said Fletcher is experiencing balancing problems and will see a neurologist.
Fletcher has played in 231 straight games, the longest streak for any defensive player since 1970.
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