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.
Riley (leg) is listed as probable for Sunday's game in New England. Riley injured his leg in the previous game, but a bye week provided him with plenty of time to get healthy. The Redskins' other starting inside linebacker, Keenan Robinson, is listed as questionable due to a trio of injuries. If Robinson can't play, Will Compton will likely get the start next to Riley.
Riley suffered a strained lower leg muscle during Sunday's win against the Bucs, the Washington Post reports. Riley sat out two games earlier in the year with a calf injury. The severity of the injury is still unclear.
Riley (calf) is active Sunday against Atlanta. Riley missed the last two games and was limited in practice all week due to the ailment, but he'll give it a go Sunday. Will Compton had been starting in his place and could get a few snaps Sunday if Riley is limited.