Washington Redskins Injury Report analysis – Week 4
Brandon Meriweather – Safety – Shoulder – Probable: The Redskins could use all the help they can get in the secondary, so Meriweather’s presence in the lineup will be critical.
Jordan Reed – TE – Thigh – Questionable: Reed has been a pleasant surprise so far for the Redskins this season. He has been a good target for Robert Griffin III, and he has shown some nice potential. But TE Fred Davis is also questionable, so without at least one of them playing, depth at TE will be affected.
Kai Forbath – K – right groin – Questionable: So far the Redskins haven’t missed Forbath too much, but you just know a time will come when the game is on the line, and a last second kick will be needed to win a game.
Leonard Hankerson – WR – Hamstring – Probable: Hankerson has been OK so far, but he’s a deep threat. And with RGIII shaking off more rust with each game, Hankerson could have a breakout performance against the Raiders.
Jerome Murphy – CB – Not injury related – Questionable: Will miss the Raiders game due to a Death in the family
Ryan Kerrigan – LB – Knee – Probable: Kerrigan has been the Redskins best defensive player this season, and he will play.
Brandon Jenkins – LB – Ankle – Questionable: He hasn’t been a big contributor so far, but the Redskins haven’t needed him to be yet.
Fred Davis – TE – Ankle – Questionable: If Davis and Jordan Reed can’t go on Sunday, then the burden will fall to Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul to get it done at TE.