“He felt it pop so we’re going to get that repaired,” Zorn said.
Thomas, 33, is in his 10th season. He signed a six-year deal with Washington in March of 2007 that carries salaries of $3.7, $3.1 and $4 million over the next three seasons.
Utility lineman Will Montgomery stepped in for Thomas on Sunday.For a Redskins team that is sputtering in key situations, the loss of the talented Thomas doesn’t help that cause.
We just asked former Redskins left guard Pete Kendall, who is currently a free agent, whether the Redskins have contacted him and if he’s interested in playing again.
“No and yes,” Kendall replied via text message.