The Redskins could be healthier than expected Sunday when they take on the Ravens (1 p.m. ET on CBS).
The Washington Redskins are expecting linebacker London Fletcher, defensive back DeAngelo Hall and left tackle Trent Williams to play Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens (1 p.m. ET on CBS), head coach Mike Shanahan told NFL.com's Albert Breer.
Williams (thigh), Fletcher (ankle) and Hall (ankle) were listed as questionable heading into the "Beltway Bowl" at FedEx Field, however, Shanahan said each player was "good to go".
All three players practiced on Friday, while just Hall and Williams practiced on Thursday.
Last week, both Fletcher and Williams battled the same injuries but played in a 17-16 victory over the New York Giants.
Though the status of each player will more than likely be less than 100 percent, it is important all three are playing, especially on defense.
Entering the game, the Redskins have the 31st-ranked pass defense in the NFL, while the Ravens have the 15th-best passing offense in the league, led by quarterback Joe Flacco.