S Donte Whitner: The veteran suffered a quad injury during the Bears game. This injury is probably a two- to three-week rehab but the Redskins needed the roster spot.
LB Su’a Cravens (upper arm)—The diagnosis was better than what was originally feared but the injury to a muscle under the bicep will keep him out for a second straight game.
CB Quinton Dunbar (concussion)—He suffered a concussion on a special teams play against the Panthers and he was put into the protocol. The second-year corner, who had been getting a lot of playing time in nickel situations, has not practiced in two weeks and will miss his second straight game.
OT Vinston Painter (calf)—The reserve offensive lineman will be out with a calf injury.
ILB Will Compton (knee)—The defensive signal caller suffered a PCL sprain against the Eagles. He missed the Panthers game but he rehabbed quickly and played the full game against the Bears. He
TE Jordan Reed (shoulder)—He was inactive last week after a questionable listing on the final injury report so he is no sure thing for this game. Still, Gruden has said that he is making good progress and it seems likely that he will play.
DE Chris Baker (ankle)—Baker has been dealing with this injury for a few weeks now. He was out of practice on Wednesday and limited on Thursday. It seems likely that he will play.
RB Rob Kelley (knee)—After spraining his knee against the Bears last week Kelley did return for the game. He has practiced on a limited basis all week but Jay Gruden said that it’s still “wait and see” on him.
Also questionable for the Redskins:
OLB Ryan Kerrigan (elbow), C Spencer Long (ankle), OLB Trent Murphy (foot), ILB Martrell Spaight (shoulder)
DE Jason Pierre-Paul (core muscle)—He will miss his fourth game after undergoing sports hernia surgery.
S Nate Berhe (concussion)
LB B.J. Goodson (concussion), CB Janoris Jenkins (back), TE Jerrell Adams (shoulder), CB Coty Sensabaugh (ankle)