Landry aside, Redskins relatively healthy for Patriots game

Though they’ll be without starting safety LaRon Landry (groin) Sunday against New England, the Redskins will enter the game relatively healthy, according to the final injury report of the week.

The Redskins have listed no players as questionable and 10 as probable for Sunday. Receiver Terrence Austin (hamstring) defensive end Stephen Bowen (knee), tackle Jammal Brown (hip), linebacker London Fletcher (ankle), safety DeJon Gomes (knee), quarterback Rex Grossman (shoulder), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (back), guard Maurice Hurt (knee), punter Sav Rocca (ankle) and fullback Darrel Young (head) all practiced fully Friday.

Nose tackle Chris Baker, who has also been ruled out for Sunday, was the only player besides Landry who couldn’t participate in Friday’s practice.

The Patriots listed linebacker Jermaine Cunningham (hamstring) as doubtful and 12 players as questionable, including cornerback Kyle Arrington (foot) and running back Danny Woodhead (abdomen).

Receiver Wes Welker (knee) was limited in practice all week but is probable for Sunday’s game.

Rick Maese is a sports features writer for The Washington Post.

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