This Sunday, the Washington Redskins will be hosting the rival Dallas Cowboys in a key divisional matchup. With both team's sporting 3-3 records, the loser of this game will only fall further behind the Philadelphia Eagles (6-1), who currently sport the best record in the league. Meanwhile, the Seattle Seahawks met with former Dallas Cowboy Damontre Moore on Friday.

Redskins' offensive line up in the air for Sunday

The Washington Redskins' offensive line is an injury-riddled group, with much of the damage coming from Monday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Starting left tackle Trent Williams and starting right guard Brandon Scherff are both listed as questionable with knee injuries.

Neither one of them has practiced this week and both will be game-time decisions according to ESPN's John Keim.

Head coach John Gruden also said that starting center Spencer Long has been ruled out for Sunday's game because of issues he is having with his quads. Rookie sixth-round pick Chase Roullier out of Wyoming will now make his first career start in place of Long.

To make matters worse for the team, both Williams and Scherff's backups are injured. The team's third tackle Ty Nsekhe has been ruled out for a fourth straight game due to a core muscle injury. Undrafted rookie guard out of Georgia Tyler Catalina is listed as questionable with a concussion.

Seahawks met with Damontre Moore

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported today that the Seattle Seahawks were meeting with former Cowboys defensive end Damontre Moore.

This move comes only a few days after they signed veteran Dwight Freeney, as the team is looking to beef up their line as they deal with injuries.

The Dallas Cowboys signed Moore in March and in July he was suspended for the first four games of the season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. In the three games he played with the team, Moore recorded five total tackles.

He was released on Tuesday after the team needed to open up a roster spot to sign kicker Mike Nugent.

Moore is familiar with the Seahawks, as he signed with the team last November, playing in four games before suffering a season-ending foot injury. In five seasons in the NFL, the defensive end has also played for the Giants and Dolphins.

In the 52 career games he has played in, Moore has recorded 76 total tackles, 10 sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, and defended four passes.