Sunday, December 12, 2010, 11:41 a.m.
By Ryan OHalloran
The Redskins will again be without half of their starting secondary for todays game against Tampa Bay.
Safety LaRon Landry (Achilles) is inactive for the fourth straight game and cornerback Carlos Rogers (hamstring) will miss his third game in four weeks.
Landry and Rogers were listed as questionable on the injury report after doing limited work in Fridays practice. Neither player practiced on Wednesday or Thursday.
Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett said Thursday the season-ending injured reserve list is possible if Landry missed the Buccaneers game.
Also inactive for the Redskins are John Beck (third quarterback), receiver Terrence Austin, running back Andre Brown, guard Derrick Dockery, center Erik Cook and defensive end Jeremy Jarmon.
Running back Ryan Torain (hamstring) is back after a four-game absence.
Nose tackle Anthony Bryant is active for the second straight game and is likely to take some of Albert Haynesworths playing time.
The Redskins filled Haynesworths vacant roster spot on Saturday by promoting rookie Cook. The seventh-round pick was cut in training camp but signed to the practice squad after clearing waivers.
Tampa Bays inactives are quarterback Rudy Carpenter, safety Larry Asante, cornerback D.J. Johnson, fullback Erik Lorig, guard Brandon Carter, tackle Will Barker, receiver Dezmon Briscoe and defensive tackle Frank Okam.