LOS ANGELES — The Washington Redskins got their first win of the season, but it came at a price as seven players suffered significant injuries during Sunday’s game against the Rams.

Inside linebacker Mason Foster dislocated his right shoulder in the second quarter and had to have it popped back into the socket. Foster believed he could still be effective, so he returned to action later in the quarter and finished the game with six tackles and the late-game interception that sealed the 27-20 victory.

Running back Rob Kelley left the game in the second quarter with a rib contusion and did not return. Coach Jay Gruden said after the game that there is some concern that Kelley fractured the rib, which is on his right side. He’ll receive an X-ray on Monday.

Safety Montae Nicholson suffered an AC joint sprain in one of his shoulders, as did cornerback Josh Norman. Norman injured himself in the second quarter but returned to finish the game.

Tight end Jordan Reed suffered an SC joint sprain, and a sternum injury. He missed much of the second half before returning on the final drive.

Safety Deshazor Everett suffered an eye contusion, and right tackle Morgan Moses sprained an ankle but returned to finish the game.

It wasn’t yet know if any of the players would wind up missing time with their injuries. Gruden expected to have updates on the injuries by his Monday afternoon news conference.

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