The Washington Football Team added three practice squad players to their active roster Saturday, signing wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden and elevating center Keith Ismael as well as defensive end Bunmi Rotimi.
Rookie defensive end Shaka Toney, who made his NFL debut last week against the Kansas City Chiefs, was downgraded to out with an illness.
Gandy-Golden will join a Washington receiving corps expected to be without Curtis Samuel (groin) and Cam Sims (hamstring) for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. Terry McLaurin (hamstring) and Dyami Brown (knee) both saw limited snaps but entered the weekend without an injury designation.
On the offensive line, guard Brandon Scherff (knee) and tackle Samuel Cosmi (ankle) have already been ruled out. The addition of second-year pro Ismael adds some depth up front, though starting center Chase Roullier has taken 100% of snaps at the position thus far.
With Toney now out, the two remaining players listed as questionable for Washington are running back Antonio Gibson (shin) and cornerback William Jackson III (knee).