NFL betting: Monday night injury watch list

Here is a quick look at some of the players who are probable, questionable and doubtful for the two Monday night games.

Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins (-3.5, 52)

Eagles

- TE James Casey is dealing with a hamstring injury but is expected to play Monday against the Redskins
- CB Cary Williams has a hamstring injury but is expected to play Monday against the Redskins
- T Dennis Kelly is still recovering from back surgery and will miss at least the first two games of the regular season

Redskins

- QB Robert Griffin III has been recovering from reconstructive knee surgery but will be the starter for Monday's game against the Eagles
- WR Aldrick Robinson is dealing with a thigh injury but is expected to play Monday against the Eagles
- WR Leonard Hankerson is dealing with a knee injury and is questionable to play

Houston Texans at San Diego Chargers
(+3.5, 44.5)


Texans

- RB Arian Foster is questionable to play Monday against the Chargers as he deals with a right calf strain
- G Wade Smith is expected to be ready for Monday's game against the Chargers
- WR DeVier Posey is recovering from a torn left Achilles' tendon but is expected to be ready
- WR DeAndre Hopkins has a concussion and is questionable to play Monday
- T David Quessenberry will undergo surgery after breaking his foot during practice and is out indefinitely
- S Ed Reed nderwent minor hip surgery in April to repair a small tear in his labrum and will be a game-time decision
- LB Darryl Sharpton has a concussion and is expected to miss Monday's game

Chargers

- WR Eddie Royal left practice on August 17th in an ambulance after suffering a bruised lung and a concussion. He is questionable to play Monday
- WR Malcom Floyd was carted from the practice field during preseason with a right knee injury but is expected to be ready to play
- LB Manti Te'o is dealing with a foot injury and will sit out Monday's game
- DE Corey Liuget is dealing with shoulder discomfort but is expected to play

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