Giants vs. Redskins injury report: London Fletcher, Trent Williams questionable for Monday night

Ronald Martinez

Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher and tackle Trent Williams are listed as questionable for Monday night's primetime showdown with the New York Giants.

The Washington Redskins will host the New York Giants on Monday night in a pivotal NFC East contest, with Washington facing injury concerns on both sides of the ball.

Veteran linebacker London Fletcher was once again limited in practice on Saturday, and is listed as "questionable" for Monday's game. Also listed as questionable is tackle Trent Williams, limited in practice on Saturday as well.

Fletcher is dealing with an ankle injury originally suffered in Week 11 against the Philadelphia Eagles. He has never missed a game in his 15-year NFL career. Williams is having problems with his thigh but, much like Fletcher, maintains he will play on Monday night at FedEx Field.

Among those listed as "probable" for the contest with the Giants are wide receiver Pierre Garcon, playing through a foot injury, and cornerback Josh Wilson.

The injury report from the team:

Questionable
LB, London Fletcher (LP), Ankle
T, Trent Williams (LP), Thigh

Probable
WR, Pierre Garçon (FP), Foot
LB, Chris Wilson (FP), Hamstring
CB, Josh Wilson (FP), Shoulder

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