- The Washington Times - Saturday, December 20, 2014

Left tackle Trent Williams is active and will play for the Washington Redskins against Philadelphia on Saturday, six days after spraining his right shoulder.

Williams, who collided with running back Alfred Morris late in the third quarter of a game against the New York Giants, did not practice on Wednesday and was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday.

Inside linebacker Keenan Robinson, listed as doubtful on the injury report as he recovers from a sprained MCL in his left knee, is also inactive and will miss his third consecutive game. Robinson injured the knee in the Redskins‘ game at Indianapolis on Nov. 30 and was limited in practice all week.

Also sitting out because of injury is running back Roy Helu, who has experienced turf toe in his left foot for the past two weeks. Helu, injured in the game against St. Louis on Dec. 7, was able to finish a full practice all week.

Wide receiver Leonard Hankerson, left guard Josh LeRibeus and cornerback Kenny Okoro are also inactive for the Redskins. The team ruled out defensive end Jason Hatcher and outside linebacker Gabe Miller because of injury on Friday.

Strong safety Brandon Meriweather, who sprained his right big toe in the loss to Indianapolis, was placed on injured reserve on Friday. Inside linebacker Steve Beauharnais was signed off the practice squad to take Meriweather’s place on the 53-man roster.

Inactive for the Eagles on Saturday are left guard Dennis Kelly, center Julian Vandervelde, wide receiver Jeff Maehl, safety Jerome Couplin and defensive Taylor Hart. Quarterback Nick Foles and outside linebacker Trent Cole were ruled out because of injury earlier in the week.

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