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Giants LB Keenan Robinson (shoulder) is active for today's game against the Lions.

Washington will have DE Jason Hatcher (neck) and LB Keenan Robinson (shoulder) active today against the Bills. Neither has made IDP-relevant contributions for a while, though, and fall short of trustworthy fantasy football status.

Washington will have DE Jason Hatcher (neck) and ILB Keenan Robinson (shoulder) are both active for today's game against the Bears despite entering the day questionable. Neither makes for an attractive IDP play, though, and Washington is no more than a boom/bust DFS defense in fantasy.

Washington ILB Perry Riley suffered a stress fracture in his right foot in Thursday's practice. He had surgery Friday and is expected to miss 3 to 6 weeks, according to the Washington Post. With 5 games left, that might cost Riley the rest of the season. He's certainly not worth clinging to in IDP leagues either way. Mason Foster -- who signed with the team in October -- will fill in. The other ILB starter, Keenan Robinson, remains a question mark after missing the past 3 games with a shoulder injury. He put in limited practices Thursday and Friday but reportedly has yet to regain full range of motion. Will Compton has been starting in his place.

Washington CB Bashaud Breeland will play against the Giants today despite a hamstring issue that left him questionable. Use him as you normally would in your IDP league. ILB Keenan Robinson will sit out once again with his shoulder injury, leaving Will Compton to start in his place. Compton's an LB3 type for fantasy use.

Washington has deemed CB Bashaud Breeland (hamstring, illness) and ILB Keenan Robinson (shoulder) questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants. Breeland missed Friday's practice because of an illness. The Washington Times reports that the team hopes it'll just prove to be a 24-hour thing. If that's the case, he should be ready for Sunday's game. Breeland put in full workouts the 1st 2 days this week. Robinson has missed the past 2 games and is reportedly not optimistic about his chances of playing. If he sits, Will Compton would start again next to Perry Riley.

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Washington ILB Keenan Robinson (neck/shoulder) is inactive for today's game at Carolina. Will Compton will start in his place but makes for only a low-level IDP option.

Washington has deemed ILB Keenan Robinson questionable for Sunday's game at Carolina. He's dealing with neck and shoulder issues and has been managing multiple injuries for most of the season. He'll be a weak IDP option even if he's active against the Panthers.

Washington ILB Keenan Robinson returned to practice Wednesday after sitting out Sunday's win over the Saints with neck and shoulder injuries. That points to him likely returning this weekend. Robinson makes for a shaky IDP option, however, given the multiple injuries has has piled up this season and the lagging production that has accompanied. We wouldn't be surprised if Washington limits his playing time a bit at Carolina -- assuming he's active.

Washington LB Keenan Robinson is out for today's game against the Saints. He's officially listed with a shoulder injury but has dealt with a bevy of ailments. Will Compton and Perry Riley will likely start at the ILB spots. CB DeAngelo Hall, however, is active for the 1st time since suffering a toe injury back in Week 3. He'll be tough to trust in fantasy right away but carries upside against a pass-happy Saints offense.

Washington has deemed CB Bashaud Breeland probable for Sunday's game against the Saints despite a hamstring issue. That makes him usable in a high-upside matchup for IDP owners. CB DeAngelo Hall is questionable with the toe injury that has kept him out since Week 3. ILB Keenan Robinson is questionable with a shoulder injury, 1 among a bevy of issues that have dogged him this season. Robinson's an OK IDP option but hasn't offered nearly as much value this year as last.

Washington will have ILB Keenan Robinson (rib), OLB Ryan Kerrigan (hand), CB Chris Culliver (knee) and Bashaud Breeland (hamstring) available for today's game at New England. All are active despite entering the day questionable. CB DeAngelo Hall remains out, however, with the toe injury he suffered back in Week 3 against the Giants.

Washington ILB Perry Riley (lower leg) is probable for Sunday's game at New England after putting in full practices all week. He has had a recurrent calf issue and not much production, though, so Riley doesn't make for a strong IDP candidate. Fellow ILB Keenan Robinson is questionable with a rib injury. He curiously missed Thursday's practice and put in only a limited Friday workout after practicing in full Wednesday. Don't bother with Robinson in your IDP lineup if you can help it. OLB Ryan Kerrigan is questionable with his repaired hand fracture after putting in limited practices all week. DC Joe Barry indicated via the team website that he believes Kerrigan will play. The team also lists CBs Bashaud Breeland (hamstring), Chris Culliver (knee) and DeAngelo Hall (toe) as questionable. Breeland put in limited practices the past 2 days after missing Wednesday. Culliver sat out Friday after practicing the previous 2 days on a limited basis coming out of the bye. Hall put in limited practices each day but hasn't played since suffering his toe injury back in Week 3 against the Giants. We'll check on all 3 corners Sunday morning.

Washington LB Keenan Robinson has a "slightly" fractured rib, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, but is expected to be ready to play after the team's Week 8 bye. We'll check his status on the other side.

Washington ILB Keenan Robinson came away from Sunday's win over the Buccaneers with an abdominal strain. It doesn't seem like a serious issue, and Washington gets a Week 8 bye. That's well timed, as Robinson also entered Sunday's game with a heel injury. We'll check on his status coming out of the bye, but expect him to be available for your IDP lineup.

Washington will have ILB Keenan Robinson (heel) and DE Jason Hatcher (knee) available for today's game against the Buccaneers. Both had been listed as questionable. Use Robinson as you normally would in your IDP league. Hatcher has produced at a sluggish pace since a strong Week 1, though. You can probably find a better option.

Washington LB Keenan Robinson is questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers with a heel injury. He had an interesting practice week, going from sitting out Wednesday to putting in a limited workout Thursday and then a full practice Friday. The Washington Post reports that Robinson said he expects to play Sunday. As long as he's active, go ahead and use him as you normally would in your IDP league, barring some setback or negative report over the weekend.

Washington LB Keenan Robinson put in limited practices all week but is listed as doubtful for Saturday's game against the Eagles. Robinson has missed the past 2 games with a knee injury. His likely absence again this week should leave Will Compton in the starting lineup, though the matchup doesn't favor his chances to continue the solid production of his 1st 2 starts.

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