As the Washington Redskins approach their Week 1 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, they could be without of their top wide receivers. 

Third-year receiver Jamison Crowder was a late week add to the Redskins injury report today. He was limited in today's practice with a hip flexor injury. 


Crowder has been a consistent threat at receiver for the Redskins since he entered the league in 2015. Behind Terrelle Pryor, he's the second starting receiver on the depth chart. Crowder is also the starting punt returner on special teams. Having him out on Sunday would be a big loss for the offense. 

But even with the addition on to the injury report, it's not time to panic right now. Crowder is still practicing, but is just limited to what he's doing. 

Given that Crowder has dealt with hip injuries in the past, the Redskins are likely being cautious with this one. We'll have a better gauge on his status as we inch closer to Sunday.