The Washington Redskins released their injury report for Sunday's playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks and also activated cornerback Cedric Griffin.
Despite key injuries throughout the season, the Washington Redskins are hosting a playoff game on Sunday against the visiting Seattle Seahawks. Just like the previous weeks, the Redskins released a long injury report on Friday. Fortunately for Washington, only two players are listed as questionable.
The two players that are questionable are safety DeJon gomes and guard Kory Lichtensteiger. Gomes is dealing with a knee injury, but it didn't prevent him from participating in Friday's practice on a limited basis. Lichtensteiger, though, didn't practice because of an ankle injury.
Washington added 13 more players to their injury report as probable to play in the playoff game, including hobbled quarterback Robert Griffin III (knee), wide receiver Pierre Garcon (foot) and linebackers London Fletcher and Ryan Kerrigan, who are both dealing with ankle injuries.
The Redskins also made a roster move on Friday, announcing the activation of cornerback Cedric Griffin to the active roster. The NFL suspended Griffin four weeks ago for Adderall use.