Redskins strong safety LaRon Landry (hamstring) on Saturday afternoon was officially listed as questionable for Monday night’s game at Dallas, as expected.
Coach Mike Shanahan said all week that Landry will be a gametime decision. Landry had not tested his hamstring at full speed as of Friday afternoon. It was unclear whether he did during Saturday’s walkthrough, as neither Shanahan nor any players were made available to reporters.
Landry said on Friday that his hamstring was “sore.” He has not played in a game since Week 10 of last season, and he has not fully participated in practice since then, either.
Dallas listed quarterback Tony Romo (ribs), running back Felix Jones (shoulder) and wide receiver Dez Bryant (thigh) are also questionable. Receiver Miles Austin (hamstring) is out.
Redskins cornerback Josh Wilson has recovered enough from the head/neck/back injury he suffered against Arizona and is expected to play.
Fullback Darrel Young (hamstring) was limited in practice Saturday after sitting out Friday.
Here’s the full injury report.
Questionable: S DeJon Gomes (hamstring), SS LaRon Landry (hamstring), FB Mike Sellers (ankle), FB Darrel Young (hamstring).
Probable: KR/PR Brandon Banks (knee), TE Chris Cooley (knee), LB Keyaron Fox (back), CB DeAngelo Hall (toe), TE Logan Paulsen (hamstring), CB Josh Wilson (back).
Out: WR Miles Austin (hamstring), G Derrick Dockery (leg), CB Orlando Scandrick (ankle).
Questionable: WR Dez Bryant (thigh), K David Buehler (right groin), RB Felix Jones (shoulder), QB Tony Romo (ribs).
Probable: C Phil Costa (knee), CB Mike Jenkins (shoulder), G Bill Nagy (neck), CB Terence Newman (groin), OLB Anthony Spencer (shoulder).