The Redskins won't have RB Rob Kelley in the lineup on Sunday for their Week 6 home game against the 49ers.
But we already knew that.
What we didn't know was whether or not offensive tackle Trent Williams would be healthy enough to suit up against San Francisco at FedEx Field.
But when the Redskins released the pregame list of inactive players, Williams' name was nowhere to be found.
That is great news for the Redskins.
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Here is the full list of inactive players for the Week 6 Redskins vs. 49ers game.
- OT Ty Nsekhe
- CB Josh Norman
- RB Rob Kelley
- S Deshazor Everett
- DL Anthony Lanier
- ILB Josh Harvey-Clemons
- TE Jeremy Sprinkle
Williams did not practice all week with a knee injury. He is active and he likely will grind out the game on what has been described as a patellar injury. The veteran was still in considerable pain when reporters talked to him in the locker room on Friday but he believed that he would be ready to go for the game.
With Nsekhe out, T.J. Clemmings will be the backup tackle. Rookie Tyler will be active to fill in if there is a need.
Nsekhe (core muscle) and Norman (broken rib) were listed as out for the game on the Friday injury report. Quinton Dunbar will start in place of Norman and rookie Josh Holsey is active for the first time in his brief career.
Kelley (ankle) and Everett (hamstring) were doubtful on the injury report. Rookie Samaje Perine will make his second NFL start in Kelley’s place. Mack Brown will be active and may see some action in relief of Perine.
The Redskins will go with three active safeties, with first-year player Stefan McClure serving as the backup.
Earlier this week, Jay Gruden said that DB Kendall Fuller could fill in at safety in an emergency