The Redskins will be without starting nose tackle Chris Baker and starting tight end Jordan Reed this weekend against the San Francisco 49ers, and may be without starting left tackle Trent Williams.
The Redskins lost more than just a game on Sunday to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when left tackle Trent Williams departed in the first quarter with a sprained right knee and an ankle injury.
Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams has left in the first quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a sprained right knee.
The old-as-sports-itself debate over how hard to take a loss became Topic A with the Washington Redskins on Tuesday.
The Redskins face a serious test Monday night against the Seahawks, with potential for national embarrassment. And a loss could be unrecoverable for Washington.
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed, out since the season-opener Sept. 7 against Houston, says he is “50-50” to return to action against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night at FedEx Field.
Redskins left tackle Trent Williams did not need an MRI on his right knee, which was injured during Thursday’s 45-14 loss to the New York Giants at FedExField.
Trent Williams defend former college teammate Adrian Peterson, and his right to discipline his child, in a radio interview with Doug Gottlieb on Thursday.
In December of 2011 the NFL formally announced the suspensions of two Redskins players, tight-end Fred Davis, and left-tackle Trent Williams. Both players received a four game suspension without pay, for testing positive for marijuana three times throughout the course of the season.
Trent Williams tweeted a pic of him hanging with DeSean Jackson and Kevin Durant, which has Wizards fans losing their minds … again.