The Redskins' ridiculously long list of injured players might be about to get shorter—and not a moment too soon. Here’s a quick update from the early portion of Wednesday's practice. (Reporters are only permitted to watch stretching and individual work.)
- WR DeSean Jackson (hamstring) participated in individual drills. He seemed to be running a little harder than last week. Jackson has been sidelined since the second drive of the opener.
- TE Jordan Reed (concussion) watched from the sideline in a ball cap. He was not present at practice at all last week. So ... progress?
- CB Chris Culliver (knee) participated in individual drills. He missed Sunday’s game in Atlanta.
- DeAngelo Hall (toe) did not participate in individual drills. He tried to practice early last week, but backed off. Hall got hurt against the Giants.
- CB Bashaud Breeland (shoulder) participated in individual drills, which was mildly surprising. Coach Jay Gruden said that he was concerned about Breeland, who got hurt in Atlanta and woke up very sore on Monday.
- RB Matt Jones (toe) did individual work. He was hurt late against the Falcons.
- OT Trent Williams (unspecified) was in pads and appeared as though he would practice. But he removed his helmet after stretching and watched individual drills—and didn’t seem happy about it.
- DE Jason Hatcher (unspecified) also was not participating. The 33-year-old has been taking days off since training camp to rest and recover.
Jay Gruden will provide an update after practice. The team will also release each players’ practice participation this afternoon, so stay tuned.