Second-round pick Malcolm Kelly and starting linebacker Rocky McIntosh will not play against the Colts, Zorn said, joining a lengthy list of starters and key reserves not expected to see action Sunday. Kelly has returned to practice since injuring his hamstring last week, but Zorn said he isn’t completely healthy and will be held out.
McIntosh is still recovering from the knee injury that ended his 2007 season in Week 15. The Redskins will be without four linebackers - McIntosh, London Fletcher, H.B. Blades and Rian Wallace - in Canton. A fifth, new signee Alfred Fincher, is not expected to see any snaps.
Zorn said offensive lineman Jason Fabini - who didn’t attend practice Friday afternoon - was excused for personal reasons and would rejoin the team in Ohio.
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