The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to be without one of their top players, Maurice Jones-Drew, when they play the Washington Redskins on Sunday, but the Redskins have several injuries of their own. Three key defensive starters will not play for the team, including Brian Orakpo, arguably the top defensive player on the roster.
Orakpo is listed as out for the game on the Redskins' official injury report, just sent out by the team. He is suffering from a groin and hamstring injury that he suffered in the Redskins' loss to Dallas last Sunday. In addition, defensive lineman Kendric Golston is out for the rest of the season with a groin injury, according to CSN Washington's Kelli Johnson. Finally, safety Reed Doughty will not play due to a concussion suffered in the Cowboys game.
Those three players are certainly out for the game. Several players are listed as questionable, but only Brandon Banks and Kareem Moore are truly in danger of not playing. Mike Shanahan said today that both would be game-time decisions,