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Commanders Add Another Player to Injury Report Before Week 10 Kickoff

Isaiah De Los Santos
The Washington Commanders have added a player to their injury report before kicking off in Week 10.
The Washington Commanders have added a player to their injury report before kicking off in Week 10. / (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

The Washington Commanders are gearing up for a big game in Week 10 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Currently sitting last in the NFC East, Washington would love nothing more than to take down the current first-place Eagles in primetime.

However, the Commanders may now be without one player on Monday Night Football.

Running back Jonathan Williams is dealing with a knee injury and listed as questionable for this divisional clash. His addition comes as a surprise, and it could ultimately prevent him from suiting up given the timing of the issue.

Williams hasn't seen much run in Washington this season, handling just six carries for 54 yards. With J.D. McKissic out, though, the Commanders' backfield may be lacking depth in Week 10. Jaret Patterson is the only other backup RB on the active roster behind Brian Robinson Jr. and Antonio Gibson.

Robinson and Gibson figure to be a big part of Washington's gameplan on Monday as they look to take the ball out of the hands of Philadelphia's talented offense.

The Commanders head into MNF as 11.5-point underdogs, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds.

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