The hits keep coming for the Washington Redskins. Citing “league sources” the Washington Post is reporting that Pro Bowl left tackle Chris Samuels may be done for the year.
That was pretty much what we feared the other day when we saw Gregg Rosenthal’s post the other day that said the 32-year-old was suffering from spinal stenosis, which is a narrowing of the spine, and that Washington coach Jim Zorn said the team was “still working through” his long-term prognosis.
Stephon Heyer will replace Samuels, according to the Post, while Mike Williams — who made his first NFL start since 2005 last Sunday — kicks out to right guard.
Rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic is what they call it, I believe.