Maybe next week.
While Ronald Darby came into Monday night listed as questionable, he's not quite ready to return quite yet. He's inactive for Monday Night Football.
Darby returned to practice this week for the first time since he dislocated his right ankle at FedEx Field in the opener against Washington. He was the only member of the team who was limited in Saturday's light practice.
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At the time of the injury, it looked like it would be season-ending, but the team was confident he would return and expected that return to come in 4-6 weeks. Darby was not made available to reporters this week.
Mychal Kendricks is a surprise inactive on Monday night. He popped up on the injury report during the week with a hamstring injury and had been listed as questionable. Kendricks is coming off a terrific game in Carolina. With Kendricks out, Nate Gerry is active. Gerry, a draft pick, was signed off the practice squad earlier this week.
In addition to Darby and Kendricks, the following players are inactive: Shelton Gibson, Justin Hamilton, Steven Means, Elijah Qualls, Chance Warmack.
Meanwhile, Jordan Hicks (calf) and Wendell Smallwood (knee) are both active against Washington. They had been listed as questionable.
Hicks left the Carolina game early with a calf injury he suffered during the game. He said it happened because he was overcompensating for his injured ankle. On Saturday he assured reporters he would play on Monday night. When asked if he was 100 percent, he asked who is?
Smallwood hasn't played in the last two games after suffering a knee injury against the Chargers on Oct. 1. Head coach Doug Pederson originally said the plan was to bring him along slowly this week, but Smallwood was a full participant all week. Getting him back should be a big deal. He had taken the role of third-down back after the loss of Darren Sproles.
Warmack actually started the game against the Giants at left guard but was beaten out by Stefen Wisniewski. Isaac Seumalo, who began the season as the LG but was pulled, is active again on Monday. Seumalo was inactive for two games until he suited up against Carolina in the last game.
Defensive tackle Destiny Vaeao is active for the first time since the opener, when he suffered a wrist injury. His coaches praised Vaeao this summer, saying he had a great training camp.
Here are Washington's inactives: S DeShazor Everett, CB Josh Norman, LB Josh Harvey-Clemons, G Tyler Catalina, OT Ty Nsekhe, TE Jeremy Sprinkle, DL AJ Francis.
Norman was ruled out on Saturday. Meanwhile, offensive tackle Trent Williams (knee) and Bashaud Breeland (knee) are both active.