The Redskins were without DeSean Jackson all of last week as he suffered a shoulder injury.
But the veteran speedster was back on the practice field in Ashburn, Va., on Wednesday afternoon.
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DeSean Jackson back at practiceОпубліковано JP Finlay Середа, 16 листопада 2016 р.
Jackson injured the shoulder in London against the Bengals, and coach Jay Gruden said the receiver was dealing with pain in his rotator cuff.
On the season, Jackson has 30 catches for 416 yards and one touchdown. His numbers are much lower than many expected after the wideout looked strong throughout training camp.
Gruden and quarterback Kirk Cousins have repeatedly said that Jackson is a big asset to the offense and that the team will continue to work to get him the ball.
Cousins has, however, made clear he goes where the reads and progressions of the offense take him, and that Jackson's vertical presence is helpful even when the passes don't go his way.
Expect a status update on Jackson when Gruden talks with the media this afternoon.