The Washington Redskins don’t have much to play for this season except for a high draft pick, pride, or spoiling somebody else’s chances. Tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. ET, the Redskins will host the Kansas City Chiefs, and it’s going to take a lot in order to spoil the Chiefs and their top defense. Alex Smith has been playing some great football over the past couple of weeks, and hopefully his subpar cast of pass-catchers can use tomorrow’s game against a weak Redskins secondary as a springboard for improved performances as we head into the playoffs. Below are the injury reports for both teams.
RB Darrel Young (hamstring)- Young is expected to play.
TE Jordan Reed (concussion)- He’s expected to play, but his status remains cloudy.
S Reed Doughty (concussion)
S Brandon Meriweather (chest)
CB DeAngelo Hall (hip)
LB London Fletcher (ankle)- Fletcher sprained his ankle last week, but he isn’t going to break his playing streak due this injury.
LT Trent Williams (foot)
TE Niles Paul (illness)
Kansas City Chiefs
OLB Justin Houston (elbow)- He should be able to make his return next week.
LT Branden Albert (knee)- He “only” hyperextended his knee in last week’s loss to the Denver Broncos, but Albert was never expected to play this week despite avoiding a serious knee injury.
TE Anthony Fasano (concussion, knee)- Fasano has been solid as of late and is a great red zone target, but Smith was never expected to have his starting TE this week after Fasano suffered two injuries last week.
DE Mike DeVito (knee)
G Jeff Allen (groin)
WR Donnie Avery (shoulder)
FB Anthony Sherman (knee)
WR Dexter McCluster (wrist)
C Rodney Hudson (elbow)
CB Ron Parker (shoulder)