Jay Gruden’s message to the Redskins as they left Ashburn, Va., for the bye week was a simple one: spend the next five days getting refreshed, mentally and physically.
Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan is glad that the Redskins are on a bye this week after having surgery to repair a broken hand he suffered in the against the Buccaneers last Sunday.
Ryan Kerrigan may not be out long after fracturing his hand, but any time he misses will require younger players to step up and fill the void.
Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan had surgery on his right hand Monday after suffering a small fracture during the Redskins’ win over the Buccaneers, Coach Jay Gruden confirmed.
As the Redskins defense struggled to stop a Jameis Winston-led Tampa Bay offense, a slew of the unit's key players were dropping left and right with injuries.