RICHMOND—The Redskins did not look good in their 23-3 loss to the Ravens and it was a total team effort. Literally.
Every healthy member of the team played at least one snap against the Ravens, meaning 78 of the 87 active players saw some action.
The injured players who sat out were WR Maurice Harris (knee), WR Josh Doctson (hamstring), CB Fabian Moreau (pectoral muscle), S Montae Nicholson (shoulder), ILB Martrell Spaight (hamstring), OLB Junior Galette (hamstring), WR Jamison Crowder (hamstring), WR Levern Jacobs (knee), and OLB Preston Smith (ankle).
Also out of action were TE Jordan Reed (toe), WR Kendall Thompson (leg), and S DeAngelo Hall (knee). Those players are on the PUP list.
Of course, some saw more action than others. OLB Lynden Trail played 53 snaps, by far the most of any defensive player. He undoubtedly played more due to Trent Murphy’s absence from the lineup after he was injured late in the first quarter. ILB’s Nico Marley and Chris Carter played 38 and 37 snaps, respectively.
On offense, OT Vinston Painter saw the most action with 47 snaps. A pair of rookie draft picks, C Chase Roullier (34), and WR Robert Davis (33), were second and third.
Some players barely were on the field enough to break a sweat. OT John Kling did not play on offense but he did play one special teams snap. RB Kenny Hilliard played 5 snaps, all of them on special teams.
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Things will not get better over the next couple of weeks for players like Kling, Hilliard, and TE E.J. Bibbs, who played five snaps on offense. Traditionally the frontline players are in longer in the second and third preseason games, leaving precious few snaps for the players who are on the bubble when it comes to making the roster.