The Redskins' defense is finally getting healthy. But the same can't be said about the offense, at least when it comes to receiver Santana Moss.
The Redskins' receiver, who has started 23 straight regular-season games for Washington, is questionable because of a strained left hamstring. He was the only Redskin to miss the entire practice. Receiver David Patten (hamstring) was limited.
However, running back Clinton Portis (ankle) and quarterback Mark Brunell (ribs) both practiced and are probable.
Also on the injury report: linebacker Lemar Marshall (ankle), receiver Antwaan Randle El (heel), tackle Chris Samuels (lower leg) and corner Carlos Rogers (thumb) are probable. Rogers will play with a protective device.
For Dallas, end Jason Hatcher (ankle) is doubtful.
Moss is Questionable
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