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Twenty things to know about Week 11 injury report

The Redskins could be without their biggest deep threat Sunday night.

DeSean Jackson is questionable to play against the Packers because of a shoulder injury. He could be a game-time decision, coach Jay Gruden said Friday.

Jackson has been limited this week after sitting out Week 10 with the shoulder injury. After missing much of 2015 with various injuries, Jackson has been fairly reliable this season.

Here are some other injuries we are tracking Friday:

  1. Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus is questionable to play against the Bengals. Dareus has only appeared in one game in 2016.

Linebacker Jerry Hughes (hand) and receiver Robert Woods (foot) were both limited in practice this week and are listed as questionable.

  1. No surprise: tight end Rob Gronkowski(perforated lung) was ruled out against the 49ers. Wideout Chris Hogan (back) also will not play.
  1. Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechlyis in the concussion protocol after taking a jarring hit in Thursday's win over the Saints, coach Ron Rivera said. Center Ryan Kalil aggravated a shoulder injury during the game.
  1. The Packers will be without guard T.J. Lang (ankle) for their matchup with the Redskins, coach Mike McCarthy said. Offensive tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) will play. Linebacker Clay Matthews (hamstring) and Jared Cook (ankle) are questionable and will need to look good in practice in order to play Sunday, McCarthy said.
  1. Defensive end Robert Quinn (illness) is questionable to play Sunday against the Dolphins. Quinn told reporters Friday he was hospitalized earlier in the week because he was dehydrated.

Running back Todd Gurley (thigh), defensive end Eugene Sims (concussion) and cornerback Lamarcus Joyner (ankle) are also all listed as questionable.

  1. Chiefs receiver Jeremy Maclin (groin) has been ruled out against the Buccaneers. Linebacker Justin Houston (knee) is questionable.
  1. Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu (shoulder) is a game-day decision to play against the Vikings.
  1. Eagles tight end Zach Ertz and wideout Jordan Matthews are questionable. They were full participants in practice.
  1. Falcons tight end Jacob Tamme had season-ending surgery Thursday on his shoulder.
  1. Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson is questionable for Sunday's tilt against Green Bay. Gruden said Jackson could be a game-time decision.
  1. Steelers receivers Darrius Heyward-Bey (foot), Markus Wheaton (shoulder) and safety Shamarko Thomas (groin) are listed as out for Sunday's matchup with the Browns.
  1. Texans wideout Will Fuller (leg) is a game-time decision to play against the Raiders on Monday in Mexico, coach Bill O'Brien said. Running back Alfred Blue (calf) was ruled out.
  1. Giants receiver Victor Cruz (ankle) is off of the team's injury report.
  1. Cowboys veteran quarterback Tony Romo (back) is questionable but should be active as Dak Prescott's backup.
  1. Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil (foot) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (back) are doubtful to play. Linebacker C.J. Mosley (thigh), defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (shoulder) and guard Marshall Yanda (shoulder) are questionable.
  1. Vikings cornerback Captain Munnerlyn (ankle) and linebacker Eric Kendricks (hip) are questionable to play.
  1. Niners wideout Torrey Smith (back) is questionable and pass-rusher Aaron Lynch (ankle) has been ruled out against the Patriots.
  1. Dolphins wideout Kenny Stills (calf) and defensive end Mario Williams (ankle) are listed as questionable against the Rams, while linebacker Jelani Jenkins (knee/hand) and center Mike Pouncey (hip) are doubtful.
  1. Browns coach Hue Jackson said Robert Griffin III (shoulder) "will have the opportunity to start practicing next week." Griffin has not played since suffering a fractured bone in his shoulder against the Eagles. The quarterback was cleared for non-contact work this week and there's a possibility he could play again this season.
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