Jamison Crowder has been downgraded to OUT after returning to practice for the first time in over a month this week. Crowder has missed the last 4 games after spraining his ankle during the Monday night loss to the New Orleans Saints. He was listed as questionable by Jay Gruden yesterday after being limited in practice on Thursday and Friday.
INJURY UPDATE: WR Jamison Crowder (ankle) has been downgraded to out for tomorrow's game at Tampa Bay.— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) November 10, 2018
The Redskins placed starting WR Paul Richardson Jr. on IR this week due to his shoulder injury that needs surgery. Gruden was hopeful for a Crowder return to help the WR corps. Now Josh Doctson continues to start, but the other positions aren’t as clear. Maurice Harris would have moved to the outside, after covering the slot for Crowder for the last month. Harris could be used all over the field this week with Michael Floyd and Brian Quick also getting snaps on the outside. Trey Quinn returned to practice, but can’t be activated until next week.
The Redskins have been hit hard with injuries on offense this year. Besides Paul Richardson, the team also placed Brandon Scherff(pec) and Shawn Lauvao(ACL) on IR this week. They are missing LT Trent Williams for another week or two after he had thumb surgery. Chris Thompson is also out again this week after another rib injury. Morgan Moses is also very questionable this week with an MCL injury that had him hobbled and wearing a brace.