Way back before I had lunch, PFT looked at Malcolm Kelly’s chances of making the Redskins roster after he returned to the field on Monday.
In the meantime, Kelly’s chances have taken a drastic turn for the worse.
The 2008 second-round pick tried to practice, but re-injured the hamstring that has kept him out of all of training camp. (Kelly initially suffered the injury at Donovan McNabb’s “Hell Week.”)
“Let me see how bad he is first before I start talking about our
options,” coach Mike Shanahan said, via the Washington Post. “I really don’t know how bad it is. It’s
definitely a setback.”
Shanahan should have used the option to place Kelly on the active/PUP list to start camp. Since he didn’t do that, it’s hard to imagine Kelly being on the Week One roster. Injured reserve is another option.