London Fletcher did not practice Friday, putting the linebacker's consecutive games played streak at risk to come to an end on Sunday.
The Washington Redskins not only have many players on their Friday injury report heading into Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns, but several of the team's top players also find themselves on the injury report, including linebacker London Fletcher.
The veteran linebacker missed practice on Friday and is questionable to play Friday's game against Cleveland due to an ankle injury. Fletcher has played in 237 consecutive games and that streak is now at risk to come to and end. Trent Williams is also questionable for Sunday's game as the tackle is dealing with a thigh injury.
Rookie sensation quarterback Robert Griffin III participated in Friday's practice while he continues to nurse the knee injury Griffin suffered against the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday. If Griffin is unable to go, rookie quarterback Kirk Cousins will move up as the team's starter.
Six other players are also on the injury report, all being listed as probable. Five of the six fully participated in Friday's practice with the exception of running back Alfred Morris being limited due to an illness.
The five other players probable for Sunday's game are defensive tackle Chris Baker (wrist), cornerback Richard Crawford (knee), wide receiver Pierre Garçon (foot), linebacker Ryan Kerrigan (ankle), cornerback Josh Wilson (shoulder).