Redskins Inactives vs. Giants: McLaurin, Scherff, Roullier

Chris Lingebach
September 29, 2019 - 12:34 pm
Redskins Inactives vs. Giants: McLaurin, Scherff, Roullier

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In addition to missing tight end Jordan Reed for a fourth straight game to start the season, the Washington Redskins will have to make due without their starting center, guard and wide receiver Sunday against the New York Giants. 

Chase Roullier (knee), Brandon Scherff (ankle) and Terry McLaurin (hamstring) have all been ruled inactive Sunday.

The good news for the Redskins is cornerback Quinton Dunbar – who missed the past two games with a knee injury – will be active for the first time since Washington's Week 1 loss to the Eagles.

Redskins fans will also get their first glimpse of rookie guard Wes Martin, Washington's fourth-round pick out of Indiana, who will start in place of Scherff. Veteran Tony Bergstrom – the Swiss Army knife of the Redskins line – will fill in for Roullier at center.

Rookie center Ross Pierschbacher, Washington's fifth-round pick (Alabama), will also be active for the first time this season.

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