The Washington Times - November 1, 2013, 04:29PM

Free safety Jose Gumbs is the only one of nine players listed on the Washington Redskins’ injury report who is considered questionable to play Sunday against the San Diego Chargers at FedEx Field.

Gumbs started the Redskins’ 45-21 road loss to the Denver Broncos last Sunday and sprained his left ankle on the Broncos’ second drive. He did not practice on Wednesday, but was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday and is hopeful he’ll be healthy enough to face the Chargers.

The eight other players on the injury report completed a full practice for the second consecutive day on Friday. Quarterback Robert Griffin III (sore left knee), wide receiver Pierre Garçon (unspecified calf injury), defensive end Stephen Bowen (torn PCL in right knee), strong safety Reed Doughty (concussion), wide receiver Leonard Hankerson (bruised right foot), tight end Logan Paulsen (torn MCL in left knee), nose tackle Chris Neild (strained right calf) and running back Chris Thompson (unspecified left shoulder injury) all are listed as probable for Sunday.

San Diego listed inside linebacker Donald Butler, who has been bothered by a strained groin, as doubtful to play on Sunday after he missed practice for a third consecutive day. Wide receiver Eddie Royal again missed practice with an unspecified toe injury and is listed as questionable, while, as is left guard Chad Rinehart, who was again limited in practice with turf toe in his right foot.

Outside linebacker Jarret Johnson (strained right hamstring) and free safety Eric Weddle (unspecified toe injury) finished a full practice and are considered probable – as is defensive end Lawrence Guy, who was added to the report on Friday with an unspecified toe injury.

Third-string left tackle Mike Remmers, who has a high right ankle sprain, was ruled out by the Chargers on Friday and will not play.