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Ron Rivera Presser: Morgan Moses could start at left tackle if needed

Ron Rivera speaks to the media after today's practice

The Washington Football Team is dealing with a number of injuries as they prepare for the Cincinnati Bengals. LT Geron Christian Sr. Is still dealing with a knee injury, and his replacement Cornelius Lucas injured his ankle last week. That led to Morgan Moses moving over to LT, and David Sharpe filling in at RT. Ron Rivera said it's possible Moses could get the start at LT, but it will depend on the health of the other linemen.

In other injury replacement news, Troy Apke will return as the starting FS if Deshazor Everett can't play this week. And in news that shouldn't surprise anyone, Bryce Love is being held out of practice due to some swelling in his knee. Love has two weeks to be activated from IR after he returned to practice a week ago. This looks like another lost year for Love, but there is still a short window for him to make his comeback.

Ron Rivera has been taken to task for some confusing statements in his first season with Washington. He wanted to clear up today that he didn't say anything about a kicking change after people reported what he said on Monday. Thanks for clearing that up coach!

Press Conference: Ron Rivera

Head Coach Ron Rivera met with the media in Week 11.

Posted by Washington Football Team on Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Injury updates:

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Chase Young:

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Press Conference: Alex Smith

Alex Smith spoke to the media about his play in Week 10, working with the young receivers, and more.

Posted by Washington Football Team on Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Alex Smith

Plenty of chances to win vs Lions:

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