Assuming that the Washington Redskins have a need to activate punter Glenn Pakulak by Sunday to give Hunter Smith a chance to rest his groin injury, someone will have to be removed from the active roster.
I think that the move will be to place Anthony Montgomery on injured reserve.
I say this because he again is not practicing due to an injured knee. I can look back on the injury reports but I'm guessing that he has practiced only three, maybe five times since the beginning of the season. Obviously this injury of the lingering variety. It could get better in a few weeks, it could still be an issue in November and December.
On top of that, Montgomery is expendable. The Redskins are well stocked at defensive tackle. Behind starters Albert Haynesworth and Cornelius Griffin there are Kedric Golston and Lorenzo Alexander. In addition, Phillip Daniels and Renaldo Wynn both can slide inside if necessary.
This is not based on any inside information but on a hunch. Should that hunch not come through, the second most likely move is to put Wynn on waivers. He's a veteran so he could not be claimed off of waivers. The Redskins would tell him to stick around town and that the chances are that they will pick him up as soon as Smith's leg heals.