Moses (knee) is officially active for Sunday's season finale against the Cowboys.
Moses suffered the injury last week, and after practicing in a limited fashion this week, he will play the final game of 2019. With the veteran officially healthy to return, he's expected to assume his usual starting right tackle role.
The Redskins have given Moses (knee) a questionable designation for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Cowboys.
Moses injured his knee in last week's loss to the Giants. He was able to practice in limited fashion to close out the week, which indicates he is likely a true game-time decision. Geron Christian would presumably be in line to replace him at right tackle should he not be given the green light.
Moses (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Giants, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
It's unclear how Moses picked up the injury, but he was forced to leave the contest in the third quarter. As long as he's sidelined, look for Geron Christian to be deployed as the team's starting right tackle.
Moses (back) has been cleared for Sunday's game against the Packers.
Moses was limited at practice earlier in the week, but a full workload Friday has cleared him for Sunday's contest. Barring any setbacks, look for him to take on his usual role as the team's starting right tackle.
Moses (back) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Carolina.
It's unclear how Moses picked up the injury, but he was forced to exit the game in the second quarter. As long as Moses is sidelined, look for Geron Christian to take over at right tackle.
Moses (pectoral) was not listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Moses was forced to leave Washington's last game after suffering what was reported to be a pectoral injury. Coming off the bye week, he is no longer listed on the team's injury report, suggesting Moses will be on the field when the Redskins face the Jets on Sunday.
Moses has a pectoral injury and is questionable to return to Sunday's game at Buffalo, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Moses exited the contest during the third quarter, leaving Geron Christian to take over at right tackle for the Redskins.
Moses (hamstring) played 31 offensive snaps during Thursday's preseason win over the Falcons.
Moses appears to have fully recovered from the hamstring injury he suffered during last Thursday's preseason tilt against the Bengals. He projects to start at right tackle for Washington in 2019.
Moses is dealing with a slight hamstring pull following Thursday's game against the Bengals, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.
Moses suffered the injury during Thursday's exhibition, though he's expected to be just fine. His status for Week 3 of the preseason should become clearer in the coming days.
Moses (ankle) is active for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars.
Moses will slot into his starting role as the team's right guard. He'll be tasked with slowing down an impressive Jags pass rush.
Moses (Achilles) is active for Monday's game against the Eagles.
According to head coach Jay Gruden, Moses was playing "on a bad Achilles" against the Cowboys in Week 12, but has apparently progressed enough to suit up in a key divisional matchup Monday night. Austin Howard will return to a backup role at right tackle.
Coach Jay Gruden said Friday that Moses was playing "on a bad Achilles" against the Cowboys on Thursday, Grant Paulsen of The Athletic reports.
Moses practiced on a limited basis leading up to Thursday's game due to a knee injury he suffered in Week 11. The Achilles injury was unknown before the game, and it's unclear whether the injury will further hamper the Virginia product. Moses will have a few extra days to prepare as the Redskins don't play again until Dec. 3, but the Achilles injury is certainly worth monitoring leading up to the game.
Moses (knee) is active for Sunday's tilt against Tampa Bay.
Moses was limited in practice due to the knee injury he suffered against the Falcons last week, but the issue isn't expected to hamper him Sunday. He'll figure to see his usual role as the team's starting right tackle.
Moses (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Moses suffered the right knee injury last Sunday against the Falcons and was a limited participant at practice this week. The Redskins can ill afford to be without Moses, as starting left tackle Trent Williams (thumb) has already been ruled out.
Moses is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Falcons with a knee injury.
With Shawn Lauvao also nursing a knee injury, the Redskins' offensive front is seriously depleted. Ty Nsekhe takes Moses' place at right tackle for the time being.
Moses (elbow) doesn't carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Giants, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Moses sustained the elbow injury last week against the Cowboys. The Virginia product practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday and Thursday, then logged a full practice Friday.
Moses suffered an elbow injury during Washington's 20-17 win over the Cowboys on Sunday.
The details of Moses' injury remain undisclosed, so it will be worth monitoring the starting right tackle's participation in practice Week 8. If Moses were sidelined for any amount of time, backup Ty Nsekhe would slot into the starting lineup.
Moses is out of the concussion protocol, JP Finlay of NBC Sports reports.
Moses suffered a concussion in Week 3 against the Packers, but he has now been cleared to return. Moses should slide in to his regular right tackle position going forward.
Moses will not return to Sunday's game against the Packers due to a concussion.
Moses suffered a concussion in the first quarter and left Week 3's contest. Ty Nsekhe will serve as Washington's starting right tackle as long as Moses remains sidelined.
Moses is officially questionable for Saturday's game against the Colts due to a knee injury, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Moses started the opener for the Redskins, but his status appears to be in danger for Week 2 after three limited practice sessions. Official word on his status should arrive on game day.