Week 6 NFL Injury Report: Washington Redskins List Tim Hightower, DeAngelo Hall As Questionable

The Washington Redskins have released their official injury report for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Of particular note: leading rusher Tim Hightower (shoulder) and co-leading tackler DeAngelo Hall (knee) were both limited in Friday's practice, and they are questionable to play against Philadelphia. Curiously, the team didn't list Hall in its previous injury reports, and coach Mike Shanahan did not address Hall's status during his media availability session.

The Redskins rely on Hightower for much of their offense, as he leads the team with 311 yards from scrimmage and is tied with Santana Moss for the team lead in touchdowns (2).

Joining Hightower and Hall among the questionable are wide receiver Anthony Armstrong (hamstring), cornerback Phillip Buchanon (neck), and tight end Chris Cooley (knee). "Any time you drain that knee and you’re dealing with Mother Nature, you never know for sure," Shanahan said of Cooley.

In better news, Washington lists safety Oshiomogho Atogwe and fullback Darrel Young as probable, as they participated fully in Friday's practice.

Stay tuned to this StoryStream for full Redskins vs. Eagles coverage. Hogs Haven and SB Nation DC are your sources for Redskins news, while Bleeding Green Nation and SB Nation Philly offer the opponent's perspective.

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