Quarterback Robert Griffin III, safety Reed Doughty and wide receiver Pierre Garçon will by listed by the Redskins as probable for Sunday’s game against the Chargers, Coach Mike Shanahan said Friday.
The only player who will be listed as questionable is safety Jose Gumbs, who is batting a left ankle injury.
Griffin did not miss any practice time this week, despite leaving Sunday’s loss in Denver early with a minor left knee injury; Doughty (concussion) was full-go all week after sitting out the Broncos game and last week; and Garçon (calf) returned to full practice on Thursday after being limited a day earlier.
“He’s full speed, [had] a good practice,” Shanahan said of Garçon.
Asked about Doughty, Shanahan said: “He’s had a good week. There’s been no setbacks. He gets tested every day. Unless something happens the next 24 hours, which I don’t anticipate, he’ll be ready to play.
Also listed as probable will be defensive end Stephen Bowen (shoulder/knee), wide receiver Leonard Hankerson (foot), nose tackle Chris Neild (calf), tight end Logan Paulsen (knee) and running back Chris Thompson (shoulder).