The list of important members of the Washington Redskins who will be missing Sunday's game against the Titans continues to grow.
The Redskins will be missing two key defensive starters as Carlos Rodgers and LaRon Landry both stayed in Washington, Rogers (hamstring) and Landry (Achilles' tendon) will sit out Sunday's game at LP Field because of injuries that slowed them in practice throughout the week.
Landry has been listed as questionable for the past several weeks, but he has yet to miss a game this season. Today's 1:00 matchup against the Titans will be just the second game that the Redskins will be without Landry since he was drafted in 2007.
Safety Reed Doughty is expected to replace Landry in the starting lineup, but it is not yet clear which Redskins corner back will take of the majority of snaps with Rodgers sidelined. According to Jason Reid of the Washington Post, defensive coordinator Jim Haslett might give Kevin Barnes more time on the field. Phillip Buchanon and Byron Westbrook are also candidates to fill in for Rodgers.