Washington Redskins Injury Report analysis – Week 14
Reed Doughty – S – Concussion/Shoulder – Questionable: Doughty has come on in recent weeks, especially against the run. And If he can’t go, the Redskins will turn to rookies Bacarri Rambo and Jose Gumbs.
London Fletcher – ILB – Ankle – Probable: Fletcher tweaked his ankle last week against the New York Giants, but it looks like he will be good to go in week 14 against the Chiefs.
DeAngelo Hall - CB – Hip/Back – Probable: Hall has been slowed in recent weeks with injuries and as the season goes on he’s picked up more. However, Hall has not missed a game, and he won’t this week either.
Brandon Meriweather - S – Chest – Questionable: With the other starting safety Reed Doughty questionable too, the fact that Meriweather may not play either puts the Redskins in a precarious situation at safety. But perhaps at least one of them will play.
Niles Paul – TE – Illness – Probable: Paul missed last week with an illness, but seems likely to play on Sunday. Paul is the kick off returner and also one of the better special teams players on coverage. So the special teams should get a lift with him.
Jordan Reed – TE – Concussion – Questionable: Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III missed Reed last week against the Giants, as Reed is one of the only receivers the Redskins have who can consistently get open. If he can’t go, it will be a huge loss again for the Redskins offense.
Trent Williams – LT – Foot – Probable: The Redskins will need Williams to face off against the Chiefs top pass rusher Tamba Hali. Pass protection has been an issue recently for the Redskins, and they will need Williams.
Darrell Young – FB – Hamstring – Questionable: Young has shown his value this season. Not only as a blocker for Alfred Morris, but also as a runner and receiver as well.
Redskins Injury Report – Week 14