Jay Gruden's last injury update on Friday before this weekend's Redskins-Seahawks game was another lengthy one. Here's the scoop on each player Gruden mentioned.
Matt Ioannidis - The second-year lineman who has really come on in the middle of the team's defensive line will miss Washington's Week 9 game because his fractured hand isn't ready after the surgery he had following Week 8.
Shawn Lauvao - Last week, Lauvao was the only 'Skins offensive lineman who was definitely playing all week vs. the Cowboys. This week, however, No. 77 will not take the field, as the stinger he suffered hasn't healed up to Gruden or the training staff's satisfaction.
Niles Paul - The concussion that's ailing Paul will cause him to miss at least the Seahawks matchup. He's now missed action in his last three seasons.
Jordan Reed - The big one out of this group. In the preseason, it was Reed's hip and foot that bothered him. Now, it's his hamstring. That's two out of Kirk Cousins' four tight ends who'll be watching from the sidelines at CenturyLink.
Spencer Long - Long's absence means that Chase Rouiller will be the one snapping it to Cousins vs. the Seahawks.
Ty Nsekhe - When it first happened, it seemed like Nsekhe's core injury wasn't that big of a deal. But as the rest of the O-line deals with various ailments, not having the talented backup has really become a problem.
Trent Williams - After sitting out against Dallas, it looks like the Pro Bowler will do the same in Seattle.
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Jamison Crowder - Crowder's hamstring may prevent him from building on his best performance in 2017, where he went over 100 yards and tied a career high in catches. His loss would affect both the offense and special teams, with Gruden saying to prepare for a lot of fair catches if No. 80 needs to be replaced as the punt returner.
Brandon Scherff - With Lauvao ruled out and Williams and Long probably unable to go, too, getting Scherff back would mean that Washington would have two out of five starting linemen protecting their QB. That's not great, but it sure beats having just one.
Bashaud Breeland - Josh Norman and Bashaud Breeland haven't played together in the last three contests, as Norman was out vs. San Fran and Philly while Breeland missed the Dallas tilt.
Rob Kelley - The Redskins running game has been weak as of late, and so has Kelley's ankle. He was dressed on Friday, however, which was promising.
Monate Nicholson - Nicholson's status is up in the air, and Gruden indicated Friday that activating DeAngelo Hall was a near certainty regardless of Nicholson's health.
Martrell Spaight - Spaight played a lot next to Zach Brown last Sunday. Will Compton would be forced to pick up those snaps if Spaight can't go this time around.