Report: DeSean Jackson 'sore,' but no serious structural damage to shoulder

Monday September 15th, 2014

After leaving Sunday's game with a shoulder injury, Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson is "sore" but has "no serious structural damage," according to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole.

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Jackson caught only one pass Sunday before leaving with a sprained AC joint. Washington head coach Jay Gruden said after the game that Jackson was considered day-to-day. 

Dianna Marie Russini of NBC4 in Washington reports that Jackson is "adamant about returning for the Eagles game" and "would do whatever it took" to play. Washington plays Philadelphia in Week 3.

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Jackson spent his first six NFL seasons with the Eagles before being released in March. He then signed a three-year deal with Washington.


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