The Redskins placed Quinnn (ankle) on injured reserve Wednesday. The 2017 seventh-round pick thus finishes his rookie season with nine catches for 75 yards and a touchdown in three games. With Quinn no longer in the mix, Washington's top healthy wide receiver options are Jamison Crowder, Josh Doctson and Maurice Harris.
Quinn (ankle) is inactive for Monday's contest at Philadelphia. After suffering a high-ankle sprain in the regular-season opener, Quinn needed nine weeks on injured reserve to prove that he was ready to return. He proved effective out of the slot in the Redskins' last two games, accruing nine catches (on 10 targets) for 75 yards and one touchdown. Quinn may have endured a setback this past week, when he practiced in a limited capacity both Thursday and Friday before sitting out entirely Saturday. Moreover, he was spotted in a walking boot Sunday, so the Redskins appear to be taking a cautious approach with the rookie wide receiver. Expect Jamison Crowder (ankle) to handle the majority of the slot reps Week 13 and perhaps for the rest of the campaign.
Quinn (ankle) was spotted with a walking boot Sunday following the Redskins' team flight to Philadelphia, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. After logging back-to-back limited showings in practice to begin Week 12, Quinn was withheld from Saturday's entirely and was given a questionable tag heading into Monday's matchup with the Eagles. The fact that he was still donning a walking boot less than 48 hours before kickoff isn't the most reassuring sign of his health, but Washington will presumably wait and see how the rookie feels in a pregame workout before deciding on his status. If both Quinn and Jamison Crowder (ankle) are ultimately included on Washington's inactive list, Michael Floyd and/or Jehu Chesson could see increased reps in three-receiver sets alongside Josh Doctson and Maurice Harris.
Quinn (ankle) is questionable on the Redskins' preliminary injury report for Monday's game against the Eagles. Quinn was a limited practice participant Thursday and Friday, but Saturday's participation remains unclear as the Redskins are practicing Saturday night. Heading into the last practice, there's been little to suggest the 22-year-old is in real danger of missing Monday's game. With that said, Jamison Crowder (ankle) is also questionable after missing the last seven games, and could very well cut into Quinn's snap share if able to return.
Quinn (ankle) remained a limited participant at practice Friday. With Jamison Crowder (ankle) finally practicing and making progress, Quinn may soon find himself marginalized in the Washington passing game. For the time being, it seems likely Quinn will retain a role of some kind for Monday's game against the Eagles. There hasn't been anything to suggest the rookie is in serious danger of sitting out.
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