LB - WAS
Week 17 Outlook
Washington defensive end Ryan Anderson has been ruled out for Week 12 against the Dallas Cowboys.
Anderson has been sidelined since Week 10 with a knee injury and is set to miss Thursday's contest against the Cowboys. He has not made much of an impact from an IDP perspective but is still a solid rotational asset for Washington. His absence should mean increased snaps for Ryan Kerrigan.
Ryan Anderson finished Sunday’s 37-27 loss to the Eagles with five total tackles, two sacks, and three forced fumbles.
Anderson should be added in redraft leagues with Ryan Kerrigan (calf) on IR. He has 38 tackles and four sacks through Week 15.
Redskins linebacker Ryan Anderson returned to practice on Tuesday. He had missed the last few days with back spasms.
Anderson is entering his second season with the Redskins after being selected in the second-round of the 2017 draft. He recorded just 15 tackles and missed the final two games of his rookie season with a knee injury. With Ryan Kerrigan and Preston Smith locked in as the starting outside linebackers, Anderson is in competition with veteran Pernell McPhee for a rotational role.