The Washington Redskins were able to get their first win of the 2017 NFL season Sunday. The victory, while much needed, came with a price-tag of injured players. The Redskins added seven players to their injury report Monday afternoon.

Gruden discusses injuries

Redskins head coach Jay Gruden discussed the team's injured players situation on his weekly conference call with the media Monday morning.

“Rob Kelley has a rib cartilage injury.

Jordan Reed has a chest/sternum contusion. Josh Norman has an AC joint sprain. Montae Nicholson, AC joint sprain. Mason Foster has a shoulder dislocation and the labrum; Deshazor Everett, knee sprain/MCL; Morgan Moses, ankle sprain/shoulder strain.”

Gruden added that all the Redskins injuries currently held a status of "day-to-day."

While the Mason Foster's injury seems brutal, he left the game, popped his shoulder back into place, and then re-entered the game and made an interception to seal the victory late. The most serious injury on the list is to starting running back Robert Kelley who had 12 carries for 78 yards before suffering what the team thought was broken rib at the time. It's good to hear that Kelley didn't fracture/break any bones, although rib cartilage injuries are excruciatingly painful as well.

With him being listed day-t-day we likely won't know his game-time status until Friday or later.

Norman, Nicholson, Foster, Everett, and Moses all returned to the field in the Rams game. Moses has had issues with his ankles in the past, for a big man it can be an issue that shortens careers if it sticks around too long. Having both options at strong safety hurt is an issue as Everett and Nicholson are currently the team's only options with DeAngelo Hall still on the physically unable to play (PUP) list, and Su'a Cravens not on the active roster.

Hopefully, the two safeties can get enough rest this week with the Redskins not playing until Sunday night.

Su'a Cravens officially placed on reserve/left squad list

With the team already banged up at strong safety, the last thing they wanted to hear was that one of their top prospects was officially leaving the team, but that's what they got.

A report came out over the weekend from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport that pointed to Cravens returning to practice this week. That report has now proved to be false as the Redskins made an official announcement this afternoon stating that Cravens had officially been placed on the reserve/left squad list and that they hope he will decide if he wants to be a part of the NFL in 2018.