It's starting to look like former University of Oklahoma star Malcolm Kelly won't be part of the Mike Shanahan era. A wise man (perhaps Bill Parcells) once said players "can't make the club in the tub," and that's where Kelly (hamstring) has spent most of the preseason.
He practiced Monday for the first time in weeks, but head coach Mike Shanahan said Kelly suffered another "setback" with his left hamstring and it's likely he'll miss the club's fourth preseason game. At some point, Shanahan may move on without the former second-round draft pick.
"Let me see how bad he is first before I start talking about our options," said Shanahan. "I really don't know how bad it is. It's definitely a setback. And once they do that I can share it with you."
For now, there's an excellent chance that Santana Moss and 38-year-old veteran Joey Galloway will start against the Dallas Cowboys. It's hard to believe that Shanahan hasn't made a serious play for Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson, a player he coveted in the draft four years ago. He would be a huge upgrade to this offense. As it stands now, the Redskins will lean heavily on Chris Cooley, Fred Davis and Clinton Portis.
I just don't see a ton of upside to this offense. Anyone disagree?