For the first time since his rookie season in 2014, Washington Football Team offensive lineman Morgan Moses will start an NFL game at left tackle. That's because Washington's two top left tackles, Geron Christian and Cornelius Lucas, are sidelined with injuries and won't be able to play this week against the Bengals.
Washington will also be missing safety and special teams captain Deshazor Everett, who was forced to leave last week's loss to Detroit with an ankle injury. Troy Apke is expected to start in his place, but Washington did sign safety Cole Luke to its active roster on Saturday and he could see significant time versus Cincinnati, too.
Wide receiver Dontrelle Inman is also out for the Burgundy and Gold. The veteran in an otherwise young receiver corps, Inman hasn't played since Week 7, as he's dealt with a hamstring injury.
Pass rusher Ryan Anderson is also out for Washington, as he was unable to practice all week with a knee injury.
Specialists Nick Sundberg and Dustin Hopkins are both active for Washington. Sundberg was questionable with an illness, while Hopkins has been dealing with a groin injury over the past couple of weeks.
For Cincinnati, they'll be without their top running back in Joe Mixon, who was placed on Injured Reserve earlier this week with a foot injury. Veteran Gio Bernard will start in his place, and has played quite well in Mixon's absence thus far this season.
Here are the full inactives.
Washington Football Team vs. Cincinnati Bengals Week 11 Inactives
Washington Football Team Inactives:
LB Ryan Anderson
LB Jared Norris
OT Cornelius Lucas
WR Dontrelle Inman
S Deshazor Everett
WR Jeff Badet
Cincinnati Bengals Inactives:
WR Mike Thomas
OL Fred Johnson
G B.J. Finney
G Keaton Sutherland
K Austin Seibert