The Redskins released their final injury report for the week leading up to their game against the Rams on Sunday. The team is relatively healthy for their first away game, and West Coast trip of the year. Everyone listed on this week’s report was a full participant in today’s practice except for WR Josh Doctson, who has been limited all week. As shocking as this development is, Doctson’s hamstring tightness is hampering his chances to get more playing time. Head Coach Jay Gruden said the team will have a better sense of whether he will play, and how much he will play after tomorrow’s practice at UCLA. The plan was to work Doctson more into the offense, but this latest setback will delay that.
Junior Galette made his regular season debut for the Redskins last week, and although he only played 16 snaps. He looked like the extra spark the Redskins needed in their pass rush, and Jay Gruden expects to see him playing more this week. The Redskins plan to increase his role on the defense going forward. Galette is still listed with a hamstring injury, and made his return to the field after two years lost to Achilles injuries.
Morgan Moses reportedly injured his ankle during last week’s loss to the Eagles, and was seen wearing a boot after the game. He was regularly abused during that game, and gave up 3 sacks. He is on the injury report this week due to his ankle, but has been a full go all week.
Jamison Crowder also stays on the injury report this week with a hip flexor issue that he dealt with last week. He played the second most snaps at wide receiver, and also returned punts. He was only able to catch 3 passes for 14 yards, and he also muffed a punt