Redskins Injuries: Chris Thompson out again vs. Buccaneers

Ben Krimmel
November 09, 2018 - 2:20 pm

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Saturday, wide reciever Jamison Crowder, originally listed as questionable, was downgraded to out, per 106.7 The Fan's Craig Hoffman. Sunday will be the fifth consecutive game Crowder has missed with an ankle injury. 


The Washington Redskins will be without running back Chris Thompson and starting left tackle Trent Williams on Sunday, head coach Jay Gruden announced Friday. 


A rib injury will keep Thompson out of his second-straight game Sunday, while Williams will miss his second game after thumb surgery during Week 9. 

Gruden also announced defensive back Quinton Dunbar (shin), and right tackle Morgan Moses (knee) are all questionable for the Redskins matchup against the Bucs. Dunbar did not participate in Redskins practice this week, while Moses was a limited participant on Thursday and Friday.

106.7 The Fan Redskins reporter Craig Hoffman said the offensive line may be Ty Nsekhe at left tackle, the newly signed Johnathan Cooper at left guard, Chase Roullier at center, Tony Bergstrom at right guard, and either Moses or Geron Chsitain at right tackle. 

Washington will already be without guards Shawn Lauvao and Brandon Scherff and wide receiver Paul Richardson, who are all out for the season

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