The Redskins are still depleted at inside linebacker entering Sunday’s game against the Eagles.
Redskins inside linebacker Perry Riley is improving, but it’s unclear if he’ll be healthy enough to face the Eagles on Oct. 4.
The starters won’t suit up Thursday night when the Redskins host the Jaguars in the preseason finale; their jobs are all but secure heading into this weekend’s final roster cutdown.
Running a 3-4 defense requires a beast to play nose tackle, a man big enough to contain two offensive lineman and allow linebackers to attack ball carriers.
A look at the state of the Redskins including the prospects for Trey Williams and Keenan Robinson's rise from question mark to s