Jackson (knee/ankle) was a full practice participant Friday and does not have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Cleveland, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal reports. This backs up Thursday's statement from head coach Jay Gruden, who said only a late-week setback could prevent Jackson from playing in Sunday's game. Meanwhile, Browns CB Joe Haden (groin) may be absent or limited, which would would increase the appeal of an already-excellent matchup.
Jackson (knee/ankle) didn't take the practice field Wednesday, Master Tesfatsion of the Washington Post reports. For the second week in a row, Jackson has started game preparations with a no-show at practice. After missing a portion of Sunday's win against the Giants as a result of knee and ankle injuries, the Redskins may continue to hold him out of drills with their top wideout's health in mind. In the end, the final injury report of the week will relay his availability for this Sunday's outing versus the Browns.
Jackson (knee/ankle) returned to Sunday's matchup against the Giants after being evaluated for a potential injury. Jackson appears to have avoided any kind of serious injury, returning to the field in a timely fashion. Barring a setback, he'll continue to serve as the No. 1 option at receiver for the Redskins.
Jackson (ankle) is not listed on the final injury report for Sunday's game against the Giants. Despite missing practice Wednesday and being limited Thursday, the fleet-footed wideout is slated to play in Sunday's crucial division matchup. Jackson apparently looked good at Friday's session, as head coach Jay Gruden said Thursday that he'd have a good idea about the wideout's availability after watching Jackson at Friday's practice.
Jackson didn't participate in Wednesday's practice due to knee and ankle injuries. Head coach Jay Gruden stated Wednesday that Jackson picked up the ailments "around [the] third quarter" of Sunday's defeat to the Cowboys, which explains his lack of a target after the opening minutes of the second half. Jackson still managed three receptions (on five targets) for 40 yards and was overthrown on a deep ball late in the first half, so he was on pace to match (or surpass) his six-catch, 102-yard effort from the regular season opener. His preparation for Week 3 could remain nil as a precautionary measure, but there's little indication that his imminent availability is in peril.
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|11||11/21||Green Bay Packers||27||30.00|
|17||01/01||New York Giants||19||24.00|
|3 Year Avg||90||56||1010||6||37||18.04||137|