The final injury report of the week was released Saturday afternoon and Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (ribs) was listed as questionable for Monday’s game against the Redskins. Dallas also listed receiver Dez Bryant (thigh) and running back Felix Jones (shoulder) among their questionable players.
The Redskins’ injury situation is a bit better, as four players were listed as questionable: safety DeJon Gomes (hamstring), safety LaRon Landry (hamstring), fullback Mike Sellers (ankle) and fullback Darrel Young (hamstring). All four were limited in the team’s final workout of the week, Saturday’s walk-through at Redskins Park.
If Gomes and Landry are unable to play, Reed Doughty and Oshiomogho Atogwe would be the only healthy safeties available for Washington. Young and Sellers represent the team’s only fullbacks, though the Redskins have shown they can utilize more two- and three-tight end sets, rather than rely solely on a fullback.
The Redskins also listed six players as probable, all of whom fully participated in Saturday’s walk-through: returner Brandon Banks (knee), tight end Chris Cooley (knee), linebacker Keyaron Fox (back), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (toe), tight end Logan Paulsen (hamstring) and cornerback Josh Wilson (back).
The Cowboys, meanwhile, officially ruled out three players: receiver Miles Austin (hamstring), guard Derrick Dockery (knee) and cornerback Orlando Scandrick (ankle). Dallas kicker David Buehler (groin) was listed as questionable and five others were listed as probable: center Phil Costa (knee), cornerback Mike Jenkins (shoulder), guard Bill Nagy (neck), cornerback Terence Newman (groin), and linebacker Anthony Spencer (shoulder).