By STEPHEN WHYNO
AP Sports Writer
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — Curtis Samuel’s chances of playing in Washington’s season opener this weekend against the Los Angeles Chargers took a hit when the wide receiver appeared to tweak a groin injury that has been bothering him for months. Samuel was supposed to practice for the second time in three days after missing all of camp with the groin injury and a stint on the NFL’s COVID-19 list. Instead, he aggravated it during an individual drill and was listed as “did not practice” on the team’s mandatory injury report. Washington signed Samuel to a three-year contract worth $34.5 million in the hope that he’d add a different dynamic to the offense.