Robert Griffin III questionable, Bruce Carter probable for Monday night

For a third straight day, Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III put in a limited practice Saturday, and he’s officially listed as questionable for Monday night’s game at Dallas, according to the injury report.

Washington coach Jay Gruden has said the decision on whether Griffin will play will come on Monday. Gruden has also suggested, though, that a return to the field for Griffin might not come until after the team’s November 2 bye.

Griffin has not played since suffering a dislocated ankle in Washington’s September 14 win vs. Jacksonville. Colt McCoy will start for Washington (2-5) if Griffin remains out of action.

The NFC East-leading Cowboys, meanwhile, appear set to get strong-side linebacker Bruce Carter back in the lineup after three games out because of a thigh ailment. Carter is probable after a second consecutive full practice.

Six other Cowboys are listed as probable: wide receiver Dez Bryant (shoulder), quarterback Tony Romo (back), right tackle Doug Free (foot), safety Jakar Hamilton (not injury related), offensive tackle Jermey Parnell (chest) and defensive end Anthony Spencer (knee, foot). Defensive end Jack Crawford (calf) is the lone player ruled out Monday night for Dallas (6-1).

Tailback Alfred Morris (ankle), left tackle Trent Williams (knee), defensive end Chris Baker (thigh), safety Ryan Clark (ankle, shoulder), offensive tackle Tyler Polumbus (knee) and linebacker Perry Riley (knee) are probable for Washington. Cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) is questionable after a third straight limited practice Saturday.

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