The Redskins didn’t rule anyone out of Sunday’s game against the Packers when they handed in their final injury report of the week on Friday, but they did list four players as questionable to play.
Safety Dashon Goldson, running back Matt Jones, linebacker Perry Riley and cornerback Quinton Dunbar are the players with uncertain outlooks for the Wild Card round. Coach Jay Gruden sounded pessimistic Friday about Jones’ chances of playing through the hip injury that kept him on the sideline the last two weeks.
“I’m not ruling him out yet,” Gruden said, via the team. “But, he didn’t do much today. Did a little bit and ran around just a little bit, but we’ll see tomorrow, but not very encouraged, no.”
Goldson sat out last week with shoulder and rib issues, but that was seen as a precaution to make sure he’d be able to go this weekend. Riley has missed five games after foot surgery and the defense has gotten good play from Mason Foster and Will Compton in his absence. Dunbar missed last weekend with a quad injury.
Defensive end Jason Hatcher, wide receiver DeSean Jackson and left tackle Trent Williams were all listed as probable.