Washington Football Team vs. Las Vegas Raiders inactives

Waller and McKissic

Both the Washington Football Team and Las Vegas Raiders will be without multiple key contributors when the two clubs face one another on Sunday afternoon at Allegiant Stadium.

Let's start with the visitors, where Washington will be without two key offensive players in running back J.D. McKissic and guard/center Wes Schweitzer. McKissic is out with a concussion -- one he suffered in Washington's Week 12 win over Seattle -- while Schweitzer remains sidelined with an ankle ailment. 

Although Schweitzer will be unable to suit up, Washington did receive good news as left guard Ereck Flowers is active. Flowers showed up late on the injury report on Thursday and did not practice for the remainder of the week. Elsewhere on the offensive line, center Tyler Larsen is active. Larsen returns to the lineup after missing part of Monday's game with a knee injury.

Washington's receiving corps will also receive a boost as Curtis Samuel is active for a second straight week. Samuel's dealt with a lingering groin injury all season, one that's prevented him from playing in all but three games. 

While Samuel is active, reserve tight end Ricky Seals-Jones will miss his third straight game with a hip injury. The good news is that starting tight end Logan Thomas, who returned to the lineup for Washington last week after missing six games, is fully healthy and ready to go.

On the defensive side of the football, Washington will be without safety Landon Collins, who is coming off arguably his best game with the team since the Burgundy and Gold signed him to a lucrative deal in 2019.


For the Raiders, Las Vegas will be without its best offensive player. Star tight end Darren Waller is inactive after suffering both back and knee injuries against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving last week.

On the defensive side of the football, the Raiders will also be without starting edge rusher Carl Nassib, who missed practice all week with a knee injury. Additionally, linebacker Patrick Onwuasor is out with a hamstring injury.

It's also worth noting that Raiders wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who spent three seasons with Washington from 2015-17, is active for Las Vegas. Jackson was limited in practice this week with a calf injury.

Here are the full inactives for Washington's Week 13 matchup with the Raiders...

Washington Football Team vs. Las Vegas Raiders Week 13 inactives

Washington Football Team inactives:

RB J.D. McKissic

S Landon Collins

OL Wes Schweitzer

CB Corn Elder

TE Ricky Seals-Jones

WR Dax Milne

WR Antonio Gandy-Golden

Las Vegas Raiders inactives:

TE Darren Waller

LB Patrick Onwuasor

DE Carl Nassib

DT Kendal Vickers

OL Jermaine Eluemunor

CB Amik Robertson