Bears RT Massie inactive at Skins, who are without TE Reed

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Chicago Bears starting right tackle Bobby Massie is surprisingly inactive for their game at the Washington Redskins.

Massie had not been listed on Chicago’s injury report ahead of the game Monday night.

Bears kicker Eddy Piñeiro had been listed as questionable with a right knee problem but he is active.

Redskins defensive lineman Jonathan Allen is active after missing the Week 2 loss to Dallas with a knee injury. But Washington cornerback Quinton Dunbar will miss his second consecutive game with a knee injury and tight end Jordan Reed sits out his third in a row because of a concussion.

Chicago’s other inactives are defensive lineman Bilal Nichols, linebacker Josh Woods, defensive backs Kevin Toliver II and Sherrick McManis, running back Kerrith Whyte Jr. and receiver Riley Ridley.

Washington’s are quarterback Colt McCoy, linebacker Cassanova McKinzy, center Ross Pierschbacher, guard Wes Martin and defensive lineman T.Y. McGill.


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