Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams is among the nine injured Redskins whom the team has listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks. Williams, who has a strained MCL in his knee, will start. He injured himself in the Redskins' 27-24 loss to the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday while blocking on Graham Gano's would-be game-winning field goal, which the kicker pushed wide right.
In addition, top wide receiver Santana Moss is expected to return to the lineup after missing four games due to a broken hand. Despite playing in just six games in 2011, Moss ranks No. 3 among Redskins in receiving yards (301), No. 4 in receptions (25), and No. 2 in touchdown catches (2). Tight end Fred Davis leads the team in receptions and yardage.
Moss' fellow wide receivers aren't quite as healthy. Washington lists Niles Paul and Donte Stallworth as questionable for Sunday's matchup with Seattle due to turf toe and a foot injury, respectively. Paul, a rookie from Nebraska, has two catches for 25 yards this season, while Stallworth has nine receptions for 97 yards and a score.
The other hobbled Redskins who are nonetheless probable for Sunday: right tackle Jammal Brown, linebacker Keyaron Fox, safety DeJon Gomes, left guard Maurice Hurt, safety LaRon Landry, tackle Sean Locklear, and cornerback Josh Wilson.
All things considered, this week is shaping up to be Washington's healthiest in recent memory, but we won't know until Sunday whether that good fortune on the injury front will lead to the Redskins ending their six-game losing streak.