Washington Redskins Injury Report analysis – Week 12
E.J. Biggers – CB – Knee – Probable: Biggers is a top backup in the secondary, and can fill in at safety as well as cornerback. He’s also a performer on special teams. However, it looks like Biggers will be playing on Monday night.
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.
Jordan Reed – TE – Concussion – Out: This is big, as Reed had become one of the top targets for quarterback Robert Griffin III. It appears that former starter Fred Davis will be activated and filling in for Reed this week at TE.
Josh Wilson – CB – Toe – Probable: Wilson has been a starter at cornerback and has been one of the Redskins most consistent performers on defense. He ahs also played safety for the team at times this season, but it looks like he will play.
Darrell Young – FB – Hamstring – Questionable: Young has shown his value in recent weeks. Not only as a blocker for Alfred Morris, but also as a runner and receiver as well.
Wide Receiver Leonard Hankerson is out for the season with a knee injury. He will be replaced in the starting lineup by former starter Josh Morgan. Morgan had slid down the depth chart and stated he didn’t know why. Head coach Mike Shanahan stated that he thought Morgan could be a all-pro player and would work with him to get that kind of performance from him.
Redskins Injury Report – Week 12