- The Washington Times - Friday, December 6, 2019

ASHBURN — The Washington Redskins will be short a pair of receivers Sunday when they face the Green Bay Packers.

Paul Richardson will miss his second straight game with a hamstring injury, while Trey Quinn is out with a concussion. Neither player practiced this week. The Redskins will play rookies Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims in their place.

Safety DeShazor Everett is also out with a shoulder injury, interim coach Bill Callahan said Friday.

Richardson has battled his hamstring injury over the past few weeks. He initially suffered the injury in a Week 9 loss to the Buffalo Bills, missing Washington’s next game against the New York Jets. When the 27-year-old returned a week later against the Detroit Lions, he aggravated it again.

Quinn, meanwhile, suffered a concussion in Washington’s win Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.

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