The Washington Redskins have listed starting running back Roy Helu and starting right tackle Jammal Brown as questionable for their game Saturday against the Minnesota Vikings.

Helu, hampered by knee and toe injuries, and Brown, who has missed the last two games because of a strained groin, were limited in practice this week. Both players have said they are hopeful that they can play.

Probable for the Redskins are linebacker London Fletcher (ankle), cornerback Josh Wilson (head, chest), defensive end Stephen Bowen (knee), fullback Mike Sellers (elbow) and punter Sav Rocca (ankle), according to the team’s injury report.

The Vikings have ruled out cornerback Asher Allen (concussion), cornerback Chris Cook (non-injury related) and guard Steve Hutchinson.

Expected to play are guard Anthony Herrera (knee), safety Jarrad Page (hamstring), defensive tackle Kevin Williams (knee) and linebacker Erin Henderson (illness).

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