The Washington Redskins are expected to have cornerback Josh Norman and tight end Jordan Reed on the field when they face the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday in London, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Norman was listed as questionable because of a concussion he suffered last week. He traveled with the team to London and expressed excitement Thursday about the possibility of covering Bengals star receiver A.J. Green for the first time.
Redskins receiverJamison Crowderis also expected to play after being limited in practice this week with a groin injury, the source said.
"I'm feeling good, I really am," Norman said Thursday. "I want to go on this trip -- not so much because it's London but because I get to see a top-five receiver, a top-three receiver.
"I definitely look forward to this matchup on the pitch. He's a formidable talent, and he's definitely the top in the league at that category. Top of his class. I can't say enough about how good that looks to me."
Reed has missed the past two games because of a concussion, but he still leads the Redskins with 33 catches. He said earlier this week that he's feeling "100 percent" and "symptom-free."
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