- The Washington Times - Sunday, December 8, 2019

Green Bay, Wis. — After helping make a game-saving stop last week in Carolina, linebacker Chris Odom will be inactive for the Washington Redskins for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. 

Odom, who was signed to the active roster on Nov. 30, had two sacks in his season-debut last week after being thrust into action when Montez Sweat went down with an injury and Ryan Anderson was ejected for a helmet-to-helmet hit. 

Anderson and Sweat, however, are available for the Packers game, as is linebacker Ryan Kerrigan, who missed the Panthers win with a concussion. 


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In addition to Odom, here is who is inactive for the Redskins: wide receiver Paul Richardson (hamstring), wide receiver Trey Quinn (concussion), quarterback Colt McCoy, linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons, cornerback Aaron Colvin and center Ross Pierschbacher. 

With Harvey-Clemons a healthy scratch, the Redskins will have all their running backs active on Sunday.



Safety Jeremy Reaves will also be active as Washington placed Deshazor Everett (shoulder) on injured reserve on Saturday. 

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