Scherff (pectoral) is expected back by training camp, Les Carpenter of the Washington Post reports.
Scherff is on the mend from a torn pectoral he sustained in early November. As long as he avoids any and all setbacks in his recovery, it sounds like the two-time Pro-Bowler should return to his post in the starting lineup well before the start of the 2019 regular season.
Scherff (pectoral) was placed on injured reserve Monday.
Scherff will miss the rest of the 2018 season on injured reserve due to a torn pectoral suffered during Sunday's loss to the Falcons. The 2015 first-round selection is expected to undergo surgery to address the issue, and will turn his attention towards recovery and a 2019 return.
Scherff (pectoral) will undergo season-ending surgery to address a pectoral injury suffered during Sunday's loss to the Falcons, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Scherff is believed to has torn his pectoral during the Week 9 loss. With fellow guard Shawn Lauvao (knee) having suffered an ACL injury during the same contest, Washington will remain both starting linemen for the remainder of the 2018 regular season. Casey Dunn is listed as the official backup at both guard positions.
Scherff is expected to have torn his pectoral, but will have an MRI on Monday to confirm, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Scherff exited with his injury on Sunday and it was initially thought to be a shoulder issue. If he does have a torn pectoral he'll be done for the season. Casey Dunn will figure to slide into the starting lineup in Scherff is ultimately ruled out for an extended period.
Scherff (shoulder) will undergo an MRI for his shoulder injury Monday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Scherff exited Sunday's 38-14 loss to the Falcons due to a shoulder injury and did not return. An MRI will clarify the severity of Scherff's injury, so expect an update on the starting right guard's health as Washington's first practice next week approaches.