Here is the official Washington Redskins Injury Report for Week six, against the Minnesota Vikings.
Listed as Questionable:
QB Robert Griffin III. We do not need to go through his concussion injury. You should be aware, unless you were in a medically induced, or even a regular coma. RGIII passed agility and cardio tests on Tuesday and practiced on Wednesday with no issues. If he passes through practice today, he is set to start on Sunday. For now, he is listed as questionable.
WR Pierre Garcon. One step forward, one step back. Garcon is listed as questionable for the first time in two weeks, after returning from a foot injury during week one. The foot is apparently sore and there is no guarantee Garcon will be in the lineup on Sunday. Signed to a big deal in the off-season, it is pretty easy to say that Garcon has been a huge disappointment so for this season.
CB Cedric Griffin. Griffin has been listed as OUT for the past two weeks after injuring his hamstring. He is listed as questionable this week. Griffin could be nearing a return which would bolster secondary depth.
Listed as Probable:
RB Evan Royster. Royster played late last week, despite being listed as questionable. You would have to think that Royster is good to go and will sub in and reserve for starter Alfred Morris. Royster has a lingering knee injury.
CB DeAngelo Hall: Hall suffered some knee soreness, but is listed as probable. Hall will be in there.
NT Barry Cofield: Cofield suffer some shoulder soreness after last week's loss to Atlanta. Not too worried here wither. Cofield was called out a but by Jim Haslett, along with Jarvis Jenkins, for generation of a pass rush.