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Lineup Changes for Tonight

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LANDOVER, Md. – The teams have announced the following lineup changes for tonight’s game between the Washington Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers:



For the Washington Redskins:

- The following Redskins are not expected to play:

o No. 10 QB Robert Griffin III

o No. 14 WR Donté Stallworth

o No. 26 CB Josh Wilson

o No. 31 S Brandon Meriweather

o No. 34 CB Ryan Mouton

o No. 41 S Phillip Thomas

o No. 47 LB Jeremy Kimbrough

o No. 52 LB Keenan Robinson

o No. 55 LB Roddrick Muckelroy

o No. 80 TE Emmanuel Ogbuehi

o No. 90 LB Nick Barnett

o No. 98 LB Brian Orakpo

- No. 12 Kirk Cousins is expected to start in place of No. 10 Robert Griffin III at quarterback.

- The Redskins have added No. 47 Quan Sturdivant to the flip card at linebacker. Sturdivant (6-1, 241), a 24-year-old Oakboro, N.C. native, played collegiately at North Carolina.



For the Pittsburgh Steelers:

- The following Steelers are not expected to play:

o No. 28 CB Cortez Allen

o No. 51 LB Sean Spence

o No. 83 TE Heath Miller

o No. 85 TE/FB David Johnson

o No. 87 TE Matt Spaeth

- No. 81 David Paulson is expected to start in place of No. 87 Matt Spaeth at tight end.

- No. 22 William Gay is expected to start in place of No. 28 Cortez Allen at cornerback.

- The Steelers have omitted No. 2 Daniel Hrapmann from the flip card at kicker. Hrapmann was waived by the Steelers earlier in the week.

- The Steelers have added No. 37 Jeremy Wright to the flip card at running back. Wright (5-11, 205), a 22-year-old rookie, played collegiately at Louisville.
 

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