On the final injury report of the week, the Redskins have listed three players as questionable for Sunday’s game at St. Louis. Receiver Anthony Armstrong, safety DeJon Gomes and fullback Darrel Young have all been nursing hamstring injuries.

For a third day in a row, each was limited in practice, and Coach Mike Shanahan had said all three will likely be game-time decisions.

The Redskins listed six players as probable: returner Brandon Banks (knee), defensive end Stephen Bowen (elbow), tight end Chris Cooley (knee), safety LaRon Landry (hamstring), center Will Montgomery (knee) and cornerback Josh Wilson (back). All fully participated in Friday’s practice.

The Rams listed just one player as questionable: receiver Danny Amendola (elbow), who did not practice Friday. Four St. Louis players are probable: tight end Michael Hoomanawanui (back), running back Steven Jackson (quad), defensive tackle Darell Scott (thumb), and running back Carnell Williams (hamstring). Jackson and Hoomanawanui were both limited in Friday’s practice for the Rams.