Riley (foot) is inactive for Sunday's playoff game against the Packers. Riley, who is recovering from surgery on his right foot, made his return to practice this past week, suggesting that he could be ready to go by next weekend should Washington advance to the Divisional Round of the playoffs.
Riley (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Packers, ESPN's John Keim reports. Riley missed the final five weeks of the regular season after undergoing foot surgery in late November, so it's not clear if he will be available against the Packers come Sunday. If the 27-year-old linebacker were to miss this week's contest, Mason Foster, who has started alongside Will Compton at inside linebacker the last two weeks, could see an increase in snaps.
Riley (foot) needs surgery and will likely be out for three-to-six weeks, the Washington Post's Mike Jones reports. Riley is in serious danger of missing the rest of the regular season, but it does sound like he'd have a decent shot to return if the Redskins made the playoffs. If Keenan Robinson (shoulder) isn't ready for Monday's game against the Cowboys, Houston Bates could get the start alongside Will Compton, the Redskins' top IDP option at linebacker.
Riley may lose playing time to Will Compton, the Washington Post reports. In Week 9 Riley recorded zero tackles in 49 snaps while Compton had 10 in 52.
Riley (leg) is active for Sunday's contest at New England. Riley has dealt with lower leg injuries all season, even sitting out in Weeks 3 and 4. When active, he's mustered 22 tackles (11 solo) in six contests, which leaves IDP owners wanting more.