Chris Cooley and Jeremy Jarmon are the latest Redskins to hit the injured reserve list.
Jarmon tore his ACL in Sunday's loss to Philadelphia while Cooley's hopes of returning from a broken ankle suffered in October came to an end.
Jarmon was drafted with a supplemental third rounder in July. He played sparingly in 11 games, registering nine tackles and a forced fumble.
Jarmon's best game was against Tampa Bay earlier this year when he stripped Bucs RB Clifton Smith with 48 seconds to go in the game. This preserved the 'Skins three point lead and gave them their second win of the season.
Cooley broke his ankle in the 'Skins monday nighter against Philly on Oct. 25th. He initially expected to return, but with Washington out of the play-off picture at 3-8, management saw no reason to rush the star TE back from a serious injury.
Also, both Albert Haynesworth and Deangelo Hall are questionable for this week's game against the New Orleans Saints.