The Washington Times - December 6, 2013, 02:42PM

Tight end Jordan Reed and strong safety Reed Doughty will be listed as questionable on the Washington Redskins’ injury report on Friday as they continue to recover from concussions.

Reed expected to play in the Redskins’ loss to the New York Giants on Sunday, but experienced headaches over the weekend and wasn’t medically cleared to do so.

“I still went through the same protocol and everything,” Reed said. “I’ve been all right this week, so I’ll be out there.”

Doughty left the game in the second quarter with a concussion, his second of the season. He said the recovery has been easier this time because he believed the hit was not as hard as the one he took in the Redskins’ victory over the Chicago Bears on Oct. 20.

“I think last time was much more significant,” Doughty said. “This one – like I said, it happened, and they were a little bit more cautious, but I’m feeling good and ready to have an opportunity to play.”

The Redskins will also list fullback Darrel Young as questionable as he recovers from a strained hamstring. He missed each of the last two games, and said it will again be a game-time decision as to whether he will play Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Free safety Brandon Meriweather will also be considered questionable with a bruised sternum, and he doesn’t know whether or not he’ll be cleared to play.

“That’s not really up to me,” Meriweather said. “If it was up to me I would have played every game last year, too. But that’s not up to me. Coach is gonna do whatever is best for the team.”

Inside linebacker London Fletcher (sprained left ankle), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (unspecified hip and back injuries) and left tackle Trent Williams, who has experienced soreness in one of his feet, will be listed as probable, coach Mike Shanahan said.

The Chiefs ruled out left tackle Branden Albert (sprained left knee) and outside linebacker Justin Houston (dislocated left elbow) for Sunday.