Washington Redskins Injury Report analysis – Week 11
Stephen Bowen – DE – Knee – Questionable: Stephen Bowen has struggled with his knee the past few games, but there is good depth at defensive end with Chris Baker and Kedric Golston ready to step in if Bowen can’t go.
Jose Gumbs – S – Ankle – Questionable: Gumbs is a decent backup at safety, but more importantly he been one of the better performers on a weak special teams unit.
Leonard Hankerson – WR – Hamstring – Probable: Hankerson has emerged as the number two wide receiver for the Redskins, so his presence is important to the passing attack. And from all indications Hankerson will play on Sunday.
DeAngelo Hall – CB – Foot – Questionable: Hall has been the Redskins best defensive player this season, and has been counted on to cover the other teams’ top receiver. His absence would be a huge blow to the Redskins defense.
Logan Paulsen – TE – Knee – Probable: Paulsen has been battling a knee injury for weeks now. He’s the Redskins best blocking TE, so he’s important to the running game, and he’s not a half bad receiver as well.
Evan Royster – RB – Back – Probable: Royster is the third string tailback and a special teams performer. It appears he will play on Sunday.
Redskins Injury Report – Week 11