Armed with their first bit of momentum in more than a year, the Washington Redskins head to Green Bay this weekend with a two-game winning streak but without two of their three starting wide receivers. Trey Quinn and Paul Richardson on Friday were ruled out of the game against the Packers.

Quinn, the team’s primary slot receiver as well as its punt returner, remains in the concussion protocol after taking a hit to the head while catching a punt during Sunday’s victory at Carolina. Richardson, who has been battling a hamstring injury, did not practice all week.

Safety DeShazor Everett, perhaps Washington’s best special teams player, also is out with a shoulder injury that caused him to miss Thursday and Friday’s practices.

The Packers will be relatively healthy, with only cornerbacks Kevin King and Tony Brown listed as questionable on the team’s injury report. Both players practiced on Friday.

Read more: