Final injury report for Washington vs. Panthers, Week 11

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The final injury report for Week 11 is out, and it contains some good news for the Washington Football Team. Washington, which travels to Charlotte to face the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, has two players ruled out.

The two players ruled out may surprise you because neither is wide receiver Curtis Samuel. For the first time in weeks, Samuel participated in practice on Friday. Sure, he was limited, but it was a positive development for Washington, which has been waiting all season for Samuel’s groin injury to sufficiently heal.

Washington ruled out tight end Ricky Seals-Jones and defensive end Shaka Toney. Seals-Jones is Washington’s starter at tight end with Logan Thomas on injured reserve. That leaves rookie John Bates as the starter at tight end, with fellow first-year TE Sammis Reyes as the top backup.

Toney was added to the injury list on Friday with a concussion. Washington already has depth issues at defensive end with Montez Sweat and Chase Young out. Toney’s fellow rookie DE, William Bradley-King, could be elevated to the active roster on Saturday.

Rookie RT Sam Cosmi was a full participant Friday and finally returns to the starting lineup after missing several weeks with an ankle injury. RG Brandon Scherff is questionable with a knee injury.

WR Terry McLaurin and RB Antonio Gibson will play on Sunday, while cornerbacks Benjamin St-Juste and Kendall Fuller are questionable.