Moses (ankles) is active for Sunday's game against Minnesota, Liz Clarke of The Washington Post reports.
Moses has dealt with ankle injuries throughout the season, though they haven't limited him much come game time. He and the rest of the Washington starting linemen are healthy for Week 10.
Moses (ankles) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
With Moses back in, Ty Nsekhe will return to his reserve lineman role.
Moses continues to nurse both of his ankle injuries and add to the Redskins' woes on their offensive front. Because four of the five starters could sit Sunday, it's tough to project who would slot into his position if Moses can't play.
Moses (ankles) was a nonparticipant in Thursday's practice, Jane Slater of NFL Network reports.
Moses injured both of his ankles during the Redskins' 34-24 loss to the Eagles on Monday, but he was ultimately able to stay in the contest and tough it out. The tackle was able to turn in a limited practice Wednesday, but his lack of involvement Thursday is a somewhat discouraging sign heading into the Week 8 matchup with the Cowboys. The Redskins were without four of five starters on the offensive line for Thursday's practice, which could prove harmful to the team's offensive prospects if multiple players are held out come Sunday.
Moses, who exited twice in the second quarter of Monday's 34-24 loss to the Eagles after injuring both his ankles, was able to return to finish out the contest, Rick Maese of The Washington Post reports.
Though Moses was able to gut it out with the Redskins down both of their starting lineman in tackle Trent Williams (kneecap) and guard Brandon Scherff (knee), he'll undoubtedly be dealing with some soreness heading into the Week 8 matchup with the Cowboys. It remains to be seen if the ankle issues will limit his practice time this week, but he'll remain off the injury report for now.
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|14||12/10/17||@ LAC||4:05 pm|
|17||12/31/17||@ NYG||1:00 pm|
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