The Washington Redskins racked up a lot of injuries in the first 4 weeks of the season. They had a bye last week, giving them an extra week to heal up. They are still going to be missing 4-5 players tomorrow when they host the San Francisco 49ers.
Josh Norman is the Redskins best CB, and was expected to miss 2-4 weeks with a fractured rib. Norman has been ruled out this week, but is working to get back sooner than expected. If he does miss two more weeks, he'll be out vs the Eagles and Cowboys.
The Redskins will be missing another member of the secondary with safety Deshazor Everett listed as doubtful with a hamstring injury. Rookie Joshua Holsey will likely be active, and CB Kendall Fuller will be an emergency 4th safety.
Rob Kelley will also likely miss this week with an ankle injury. Kelley came back in Week 4 plsying through a rib injury, only to suffer an ankle injury vs the Chiefs. Rookie Samaje Perine will get the start this week, with Chris Thompson, and Mack Brown also get the ball.
The Redskins might be without their best offensive lineman if Trent Williams can't play tomorrow. Williams is dealing with a kneecap issue, and has not been able to practice all week. Head Coach Jay Gruden had some hope he will be able to play, but it will be a gametime decision. The Redskins are still missing swing tackle Ty Nsekhe, so T.J. Clemmings would get the nod if Williams can't go. Clemmings took all the snaps at left tackle in practice this week.