The Redskins will be without one of their top defenders when they take on the Eagles on Monday night. Jay Gruden announced that CB Josh Norman is out for the second straight game with a broken rib. Norman was able to practice on a limited basis earlier this week but he did not practice today. Gruden said that the recovery from the injury just had not progressed to the point where the doctors would clear him to play. Bashaud Breeland, the other starting cornerback, is listed as questionable with a knee injury he sustained last week against the 49ers. “He did a good job today,” said Gruden. “He’s looking better.” Gruden said that a final determination on Breeland’s status will be made on Sunday.
Redskins' Norman to miss 2nd straight game Monday vs. Eagles
NBC Sports | Oct 21