Washington Redskins Injury Report, Week 13: LaRon Landry Out, Brian Orakpo Questionable

Friday afternoon, the Washington Redskins released their final injury report prior to Sunday's meeting with the New York Jets. As noted previously in this StoryStream, strong safety LaRon Landry will not play due to a sore groin suffered in last Sunday's win, but he's far from the only Washington player on the report.

Washington lists wide receiver Terrence Austin (hamstring), defensive end Stephen Bowen (knee), linebacker London Fletcher (ankle), and fullback Darrel Young (head) as questionable for the Jets game. All except Young practiced in a limited capacity Friday; Young sat out practice entirely. Bowen did not practice at all Wednesday or Thursday, so his injury seems to have improved.

After being limited Thursday, tackle Jammal Brown (hip), wide receiver Jabar Gaffney (foot), linebacker Brian Orakpo (ankle), and wide receiver Niles Paul (toe) practiced in full Friday. Each is listed as probable. Safety DeJon Gomes (knee), quarterback Rex Grossman (shoulder), guard Maurice Hurt (knee), and wide receiver Donte Stallworth (foot) practiced in full for the third straight day and are also listed as probable.

For more on the Redskins, please visit Hogs Haven. For the Jets perspective, please visit SB Nation New York and Gang Green Nation.

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