Washington Redskins
NFC East
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Jay Gruden
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Matt Cavanaugh
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Greg Manusky
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Ben Kotwica
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Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson (knee, rib) is considered day-to-day, but it's unknown what his practice workload will be like early in the week. Thompson missed the Week 6 win over the Panthers, but the 'Skins could surely use him back with wideout Jamison Crowder looking unlikely to play for the second straight game. If Thompson returns, he'll be back on the RB2/flex radar for a quarterback (Alex Smith) that loves to check the ball down. Thompson has had at least six catches in three of his four games this year and has 200 yards receiving and a touchdown on the year.

22 hours ago | RotoBaller

Washington Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder (ankle) is not expected to practice at all this week until at least Friday "for sure," according to head coach Jay Gruden. That means that Crowder is probably already on the wrong side of questionable for Week 7 against the Cowboys after missing Week 6. Many folks pegged Crowder as a breakout candidate in 2018 with quarterback Alex Smith in town, but that hasn't happened, as he has 13 catches on 20 targets for 134 yards and a touchdown through four games. He's not a must-hold in shallow leagues. With Crowder out on Sunday, tight end Vernon Davis led the team with 48 receiving yards in the win over Carolina. Paul Richardson, Josh Doctson and Maurice Harris would be the top three receivers if Crowder sat out again, but tight end Jordan Reed is probably the best fantasy bet for production against an underrated Dallas defense.

23 hours ago | RotoBaller