Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson missed practice today with a shoulder injury and it appears that his status is day to day.

Jackson wasn’t sure when he sustained the injury, just that he noticed it sometime during the Redskins’ win over the Eagles and he decided to play through it.

Coach Jay Gruden didn’t seem to be overly concerned.

“I think he’s sore,” said Gruden. “We kept him out of practice today and he was in the whirlpool and the swimming pool. But I think he’ll be OK, I hope.”

Jackson was even less concerned.

“I’ll be ready to go on Sunday,” he told reporters.

It is not unusual for Jackson to sit out a Wednesday practice, although on prior occasions the given injury was something involving Jackson’s knee.

Also missing practice was Josh Doctson, who is still in shutdown mode as the eam tries to figure out how to heal his ailing Achiles tendon.

Su’a Cravens, who has missed the last two games with a concussion, was limited in practice. He told CSN Mid-Atlantic that “everything is looking up” for him to able to go against the Lions on Sunday.

Jordan Reed also was limited in practice due to a concussion that kept him out against the Eagles.