As Washington forges ahead this season and tries to follow a very impressive win last Sunday night with a Monday night victory, the team may have a pair of key offensive players missing from the roster.
Both running back Rob Kelley (rib) and tight end Jordan Reed (rib, sternum) are listed as questionable for the Monday night match-up at Kansas City.
Reed, who up till now has 11 catches for 84 yards, missed the Week Three game against the Raiders. Kelley was also missing in action for the Week Three game, after he racked up 108 yards rushing on 22 carries in the first two games of the season.
It’s quite a growing list of questionable Washington players already this season including: receiver Jamison Crowder (hamstring), linebacker Mason Foster (shoulder), linebacker Will Compton (ankle), and safety D.J. Swearinger (hamstring). Tackle Ty Nsekhe is out with a core muscle injury.
It’s not all bad news though, in Kelley’s absence, running back Chris Thompson had 188 yards from scrimmage in last week’s Sunday night game, with 150 of it coming on six catches. He also has four touchdowns on the season.