The Redskins wide receiver returned to practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's go-around with foot and ankle ailments, per NFL Network's Steve Wyche. Jackson was listed as a limited participant.
Jay Gruden said Jackson looked good, but didn't go full speed at times and that the team will evaluate him at practice tomorrow before deciding about his playing status. Jackson was injured sometime in the third quarter of Washington's loss to the Cowboys.
Jackson's return to the practice is obviously a good sign for Washington, who don't want to go into an intra-division away game against an emerging secondary without its top wideout.
Here are the other injuries we're monitoring Thursday:
- The Jets are being very cautious with **Brandon Marshall**. The wide receiver, who nearly suffered a season-ending injury last week, did not practice with his knee injury. Marshall was joined by guard **James Carpenter** (calf), linebacker **Erin Henderson** (foot) and quarterback **Bryce Petty** (shoulder).
On his prospects for Sunday, Ivory said, per Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union, "I'm not sure how well conditioned I am at this point, but I think I'm well enough to play on Sunday."
- Chargers defensive end **Joey Bosa** (hamstring) and offensive guard Orlando Franklin (hamstring) were limited participants in practice Thursday. Veteran tight end **Antonio Gates** (hamstring) and safety **Jahleel Addae** (clavicle) did not practice. Tackle **King Dunlap** (illness) and receiver **Tyrell Williams** (shoulder) were full participants.