Marcus Washington has swelling in the knee and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at St. Louis. Washington did not practice, but is optimistic about his chances of playing Sunday. Washington should feel good: he's only missed one game in his seven seasons.
Right tackle Jon Jansen (calf) is also questionable, which is not a surprise. He has said he plans on playing, but it's likely a game-time decision.
Others who did not practice: linebacker Lemar Marshall (knee), center Casey Rabach (hand) and left tackle Chris Samuels (knee). But they are probable.
For St. Louis, fullback Paul Smith (neck) is doubtful; defensive end Victor Adeyanju (forearm) is questionable; safety Jerome Carter (ankle) and guard Adam Timmerman (ribs) are questionable.
Injury Report: M. Washington Questionable
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