The Washington Redskins will be in the lineup when the team travels to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
Left tackle Trent Williams (thumbs) was officially ruled out Friday, and guards Brandon Scherff (shoulder) and Shawn Lauvao (ankle) were both placed on the injured reserve this week. Right tackle Morgan Moses (knee) was limited in practice Thursday and Friday. He is listed as questionable.
Washington Coach Jay Gruden did not have a full plan for a new linemen this week.
Ty Nsekhe and Moses will be the tackles, if Moses is healthy. Rookie Geron Christian will step in if Moses can not go. Chase Roullier is slated to stay at home and Tony Bergstrom will play right guard. Jonathan Cooper seems to have left the door.
"We're hoping the experience that Jonathan has will help, and Bergstom's played a lot," Gruden said. "Obviously, Chase, and hopefully we get [Morgan] back. So, that's still pretty solid, if you ask me. When you're out there on the field, you'll get a better gauge of how they're doing. How we're protecting. How we're running blocking. How they are handling the heat and the drives and the communication. Time will tell. I'm anxious to see it. "
Chris Thompson (ribs), who has already missed three games. Cornerback Quinton Dunbar (shin) Jamison Crowder (ankle) were listed as questionable.
Dunbar sat out two games before returning to Atlanta Falcons, but re-aggravated a nerve issue in his leg. He did not practice all week. Crowder has gone to the last four games, but returned to practice on a limited basis Thursday.
Sunday's game Paul Richardson went on injured with a shoulder injury. Maurice Harris is next in the rotation, with Michael Floyd and Brian Quick ready for additional snaps if Crowder misses another game.
Vinny Curry (ankle), running back Ronald Jones II (hamstring), cornerback Mr.J. Stewart (foot) and offensive lineman Evan Smith (hip / wrist).
'I know what he's going through': How Jon and Jay Gruden get each other through the season
If the Eagles are going to make a second-half run Super Bowl, the time is now
Every lead is safe: Through Week 9, Redskins games have yet to feature a lead change