Washington feared a fractured rib for Kelley, who left Sunday’s game in the second quarter and didn’t return. Further testing revealed a rib cartilage injury, Gruden said via the team’s Twitter account.
Reed has a chest sternum contusion. He played 40 of 71 plays, returning for the final drive after sitting out much of the second half.
Perine did pretty well filling in after Kelley went down and would look to be a good handcuff option at this point for Kelley owners. Davis would see more time if Reed can't go and proved last year to at least be a solid option. We'll know more about both players Wednesday.