Washington’s Rob Kelley will play, won’t have a full workload today

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On an injury-plagued Washington offense, there’s some good news around running back Rob Kelley.

Kelley, listed as questionable with an ankle injury, will play today against the Seahawks, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. But Kelley will not have a full workload.

Kelley has started every game he’s been healthy enough to play, but he has missed two games with injuries.

Washington’s offense is down a lot of players, with receiving Jamison Crowder (hamstring), defensive end Matt Ioannidis (hand), guard Shawn Lauvao (stinger), tight end Niles Paul (concussion), and tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) all ruled out. Center Spencer Long (knee, knee), tackle Ty Nsekhe (core muscle), and tackle Trent Williams (knee) are all doubtful.

6 responses to “Washington’s Rob Kelley will play, won’t have a full workload today

  1. Rob Kelley has NEVER, or RARELY, had a full workload, because the Redskins don’t run the ball nearly as much as they need to.

  2. This dude sucks, he hasn’t had a full workload all season. This is what happens when you bargain not to have any contact in the offseason you get soft like melting ice cream.

  3. We need someone else to call the plays if this team is to have half a chance to make the playoffs. Sean McVay with this defense cost have been special. Kirk isn’t good enough to carry a team.

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