Nearly a week after suffering a minor hamstring pull, Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson remained limited on Wednesday.
He spent much of the OTA practice watching from the sideline, though he did run a few routes during warmups at about half speed. Jackson was injured six days ago while running a go route in practice.
“It’s a hamstring, a slight pull,” Jackson said Wednesday. “That’s the most I can tell you.”
Asked when he might to return to action, Jackson said he’s aiming for next week. But he made no guarantees.
“I don’t know,” he added. “Maybe next week. We’ll see. It’s going good, so we’ll see how it feels next week.”
Head Coach Jay Gruden also hopes Jackson will be back on the field for the final OTA session ahead of veteran minicamp.
“DeSean has a minor tweak, I guess,” Gruden said. “All hamstrings are different. He’s rehabbing with [athletic trainer Larry Hess] and hopefully he’ll be back next week [for the start] of the final week of the OTA.”