Jay Gruden gave some injury updates in his presser today, and now they are official heading into Sunday's game vs. the Colts. Rookie safety Troy Apke is the only player listed as out this week. The special teams ace will be replaced by Kenny Ladler who was signed from the practice squad this week.
Wide receiver Maurice Harris told reporters that he was cleared from concussion protocol and had been participating in team drills the last two days. His symptoms returned last weekend, but he said he feels good right now. Gruden said Harris still needs to demonstrate he's symptom-free and be cleared by the doctors.
There is a chance we'll see Harris back on the field this week as the team's #4 WR. If he can't go, Brian Quick takes his place as #4, but drops to #5 if Mo's active. Jehu Chesson will also be active if Harris sits another week.
WR Paul Richardson showed up on the injury report yesterday with a shoulder injury that limited him. He didn't practice today, and is questionable for Sunday. Gruden said Richardson had an AC joint injury that was reaggravated in the Cardinals game. He says he's not overly concerned, but with the Redskins injuries at WR, it's a concern.
Morgan Moses has been bothered by a knee injury this week, and is listed as questionable. He was limited the last two days, but should be ready for Sunday's game. He was ready for Business Friday.
Three other Redskins appeared on this week's injury report. Trent Willisms(knee), Colt McCoy(thumb), and ILB Zach Brown(oblique) were all full participants in practice today, snd will play on Sunday.
The Colts have ruled out 4 players for Sunday's game. The biggest name is LT Anthony Castonzo, who won't be available to protect Andrew Luck's blindside. Offensive tackle Denzelle Goode, defensive end Denico Autry, and cornerback Chris Milton are also out.