The Redskins only have 3 players officially ruled out for Monday night’s game against the Chicago Bears. Colt McCoy is still out as he tries to return from a broken fibula last year. Cassanova McKinzy will miss at least one game with a hip injury suffered last week vs the Cowboys. Former Buccaneers 2nd round pick Noah Spence was signed on Wednesday, but he is unlikely to see any playing time.
Jordan Reed will miss his third straight game as he tries to return from a concussion caused by a dirty hit from Falcons safety Keanu Neal in the preseason. Reed has tried to practice the last two weeks, but has not been able to fully participate. He continues to suffer from his 7th documented concussion, and reportedly could be weeks away from returning.
Redskins ruled Jordan Reed out for Monday night, as @AdamSchefter reported. I had one source tell me he could be "weeks" away. Still trying to come back from concussion sustained August 22nd.— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) September 21, 2019
Cornerback Quinton Dunbar did not play last week due to a knee injury. He has not practiced all week, but is still listed as questionable. JP Finlay reports that Quinton Dunbar will not play on Monday night. Fabian Moreau will likely make his season debut vs Chicago. He has been dealing with an ankle injury for over a month. The Redskins also have newly signed Aaron Colvin available. Dominique Rodger-Cromartie was placed on IR this week after tearing a tendon in his ankle that will require surgery.
Source tells me Redskins CB Quinton Dunbar will not play Monday vs Bears. Will be his second straight missed game after knee injury Week 1.— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) September 21, 2019
Jonathan Allen is the only other Redskins player listed as questionable on today’s injury report. Yesterday he said he was 100% playing this week. Allen suffered a sprained MCL vs the Eagles in the season opener. He was hopeful he could play against the Cowboys, but sat out the game. Allen’s presence was sorely missed last week, and his return will be a big boost for the Redskins defense.