RICHMOND—Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson suffered a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder and will miss one to two weeks, according to Coach Jay Gruden.
Gruden also said cornerback DeAngelo Hall is day-to-day with a groin muscle strain.
Both players were injured during Thursday morning's joint practice with the Texans.
Gruden also shot down a report that suggested that Jackson was hurt when he collided with a tackling sled. Jackson did hit a sled, but the injury occurred when he slammed into the ground moments earlier.
“No, DeSean Jackson did not hit the sled,” Gruden said. “Sorry to squash that rumor.”
Jackson could return sooner depending on his pain tolerance, Gruden added.
As for Hall, the diagnosis was better than expected. He tweaked his groin and knee during a no-contact play; the Redskins feared the worst when he crumpled to the grass and needed to helped to the sideline.
Gruden also provided updates on a handful of other ailing Redskins: safety Jeron Johnson will miss a week with a hamstring strain, cornerback Chris Culliver is day-to-day with a groin strain and safety Akeem Davis had surgery on his broken left thumb. Gruden said Davis might practice Friday with a cast on his hand.
When the Redskins return to the field for practice against the Texans on Friday morning, the secondary could be without five corners (Bashaud Breeland, Tevin Mitchel, David Amerson, Hall and Culliver) who started camp last week.