Redskins' Jackson 'very limited' in practice

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ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson is questionable for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles after being "very limited" in practice Friday.

Jackson is recovering from a sprained left shoulder and didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday. He's been looking forward to facing the Eagles, who cut him in March, and has said he will play if it's up to him.

Coach Jay Gruden said Jackson was "very limited" but had taken "a step in a positive direction."

Said Gruden: "We'll get another look at him tomorrow with the trainers and gauge him on Sunday morning."

Gruden said tight end Jordan Reed will miss a second straight game with a pulled his left hamstring.

Kicker Kai Forbath is still while dealing with a sore right groin and is questionable.


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