The Washington Redskins came into today's match up with the Philadelphia Eagles with several injuries across their team.
Things went from bad to worse when rookie linebacker Su'a Cravens left the game early with a bicep injury. He was officially ruled out before the start of the second half and Ian Rapoport reports the injury may be even more serious.
The second round pick has recorded 34 tackles, a sack, an interception, and five passes defensed on the season so far. The interception was a game clinching moment against the Giants in Week 3.
Cravens has been seeing increased playing time over Mason Foster over recent weeks and would be a tough blow to a Redskins defense that already lacks athleticism in the front-seven.
WR Josh Doctson (Achilles), ILB Steven Daniels (labrum), and RB Keith Marshall (knee) are three Redskins from the 2016 rookie class currently on injured reserve with season-ending injuries.
Will Compton (knee) and Mack Brown (concussion) have also been ruled out for Washington.
Stay tuned for more from Philadelphia as head coach Jay Gruden will address the injury situation for his team after the game.
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