The Washington Redskins head into this weekend’s matchup against the Cleveland Browns with three key players listed as questionable; quarterback Robert Griffin III, linebacker London Fletcher and offensive lineman Trent Williams.
Griffin was able to practice for the third consecutive day on Friday as he recovers from a minor knee sprain. While he didn’t appear to be limited in his movements, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, coach Mike Shanahan said Griffin would likely be a game-time decision this weekend.
Coach Mike Shanahan said on Thursday, however, that he probably wouldn’t make a decision on Griffin’s availability for this week’s matchup at Cleveland until just before game time on Sunday.
Fletcher missed practice Wednesday and Friday but was able to participate on a limited basis on Thursday as he recovers from an ankle injury. Williams was limited at practice all week due to a thigh injury. Everyone else on the Redskins injury report is probable to play against the Browns.