The Redskins‘ first-team offense may be stalled midway thru the preseason, but it has no shortage of quality wide receivers.
Tuesday, when the team regrouped for practice at Redskins Park, two key receiving targets who’ve been sidelined by injury the past two weeks started easing back to work: DeSean Jackson and tight end Jordan Reed.
Neither has appeared in a preseason game yet. Reed hasn’t practiced since Aug. 11, when he joined the injury list with a strained hamstring. And Jackson, who led the team in receiving yards last season, has sat out with a shoulder injury suffered on Aug. 6, the first day of the Redskins’ three-day joint practice with the Houston Texans.