Washington Redskins Injury Report, Week 15: London Fletcher, Donte Stallworth Among Probables

Five players are probable for the Washington Redskins ahead of their game against the New York Giants on Sunday according to the team's injury report.

Defensive end Stephen Bowen (knee), safety Reed Doughty (rib), linebacker London Fletcher (ankle), punter Sav Rocca (left ankle) and wide receiver Donte Stallworth all earned probable status after being limited in practice on Thursday. Of the group, only Fletcher was limited in practice on Friday.

Tackle Jammal Brown (groin) and fullback MIke Sellers (elbow) did not practice Friday and have been ruled out for Sunday.

Elsewhere on the injury front, head coach Mike Shanahan addressed the status of safety LaRon Landry, placed on injured reserved Thursday with recurring injuries to his Achillies and groin. Asked why Landry isn't undergoing surgery immediately, Shanahan said the team and player are exploring their options.

"Well, I think what he’ll do is talk to whoever he’s going to talk to, get a couple more opinions and then make a decision very quickly," Shanahan said to Redskins public relations. "I think the sooner the better for him, whatever it is."

For more on the Redskins, please visit Hogs Haven, SB Nation's Redskins blog. For the perspective from the other side, please visit SB Nation New York and Big Blue View, SB Nation's Giants blog.

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