Titans receiver Randy Moss has a good chance of having some fun against a depleted Redskins secondary on Sunday.
The Washington Post reports that Redskins cornerback Carlos Rogers and strong safety LaRon Landry, both of whom have been hobbled by injuries, did not accompany the team on the trip to Tennessee.
Reed Doughty will take Landry’s place in the starting lineup, but it’s not clear who will fill in for Rogers as the starting cornerback opposite DeAngelo Hall. Kevin Barnes, Byron Westbrook and Phillip Buchanon are all expected to get more playing time on defense with Rogers out.
Rogers and Landry have both started all nine games this season.