The Washington Redskins have released the official injury report for Sunday's division game with the Philadelphia Eagles. The injury report lists 7 players as Probable and 2 players as Questionable.
QB Robert Griffin III. RGIII suffered no set backs and is expected to return to the lineup and start on Sunday.
LB Lorenzo Alexander. Alexander suffered a shoulder stinger last week, but is ready to go.
LB London Fletcher: Fletcher has been hobbled multiple weeks with a sore ankle. Just like every other week, Fletch will be there come Sunday.
LB Rob Jackson. Playing for the injured Brian Orakpo, Jackson is one of the most surprising players this season. He has been extremely consistent and surprisingly effective. Jackson's practice absence are related to a birth of a child, not injury.
LB Ryan Kerrigan. Kerrigan has a sore ankle, but he is good to go.
C Will Montgomery. After last week's big win, word came out that Montgomery suffered a strained MCL and an MRI would be performed. MRI was negative. This would have been a huge loss to the offensive line. Montgomery has been saying all week he is good to go. He will be in on Sunday.
LT Trent Williams. Williams has a sore thigh. Won't stop him from playing.
OT Tyler Polumbus. Polumbus suffered a concussion last week. He was replaced by Jordan Black, who has since been suspended by the NFL. It is unfortunately, a position of weakness for Washington. Polumbus was limited in practice today, but was able to practice, hence, his questionable status. If Polumbus cant go, do not look for rookie Tom Compton. Instead, look for Maurice Hurt to get the nod.
DE Stephen Bowen. Bowen suffered a torn bicep. That sucks. It apparently bothered him last week in that he rarely played first or second downs, but third downs. Bowen may not be able to go. Look for more of Jarvis Jenkins.