Sheldon Richardson, Trent Williams among inactives in Seattle

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Both the Seahawks and Redskins will be missing some key players for Sunday afternoon’s game in Seattle.

Seahawks defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson was listed as questionable to play because of an oblique injury, but was left off the active roster for Sunday’s game. Running back C.J. Prosise and cornerback Jeremy Lane, who was bounced back from the Texans with a thigh injury, also wound up on the wrong side of the questionable bubble.

Safety Earl Thomas was ruled out with a hamstring injury on Friday. His partner in the defensive backfield Kam Chancellor will play after being listed as questionable.

For the Redskins, left tackle Trent Williams and center Spencer Long are out. That was expected after they were listed as doubtful and they join Shawn Lauvao as missing pieces on the Seattle offensive line. Wide receiver Jamison Crowder, defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis, tight end Niles Paul and tight end Jordan Reed are also out with injuries as Washington D.C. heads to Washington state.

4 responses to “Sheldon Richardson, Trent Williams among inactives in Seattle

  1. Seattle is thinking they can sit anyone that’s questionable today. I hope this doesn’t turn into a cold miserable nail biter that Wilson has to rescue last minute again.

  2. Seattle could probably rest their whole first string and beat the Redskins. It MIGHT be close. I would probably have more confidence in this team if the coaching hadn’t let the fans down time and time again. The play calling sucks, which led to the offense sticking which led to defensive injuries from having to play so many downs. On top of bone headed penalties like the ones Breeland causes.

  3. Like SEA is an easy place to play, but having 80% of you OL down doesn’t sound like a good recipe to win. With all of that noise, I’m guess a half a dozen false starts at least.

  4. At times early this season, the Redskins looked like there was potential there. They’ve been so decimated by injuries it now looks hopeless. Unless they all get (and stay) healthy, which isn’t likely

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