The Commanders have made a handful of moves heading into their season finale against the Cowboys, according to their official Twitter account.
Davis will officially be held out of the team’s final contest as he deals with a knee injury that had him listed as questionable coming into the weekend.
The Commanders’ leading tackler has started 15 of 16 games this season, contributing 104 total tackles, nine tackles for loss, three sacks, and five quarterback hits.
With Davis absent Sunday, backup linebacker Khaleke Hudson will likely slide into the starting spot in his place.
Rogers, an undrafted rookie who was used as a kind of Swiss Army knife at Ohio, appeared in 10 games for the Commanders, starting three, before being placed on IR with knee and ankle injuries.
Washington brings back the versatile utility player just in time to end the season.
Apke is in his fifth season with the Commanders, spending this year on the practice squad after playing out his rookie contract.
Apke will be elevated to potentially appear in his second game of the season and his second game in a row. Bonnafon could potentially make his Washington debut after three seasons in Carolina.