- John Keim, ESPN Staff Writer
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ASHBURN, Va. -- Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson was limited in practice for a third straight day because of a slight hamstring pull. But both Jackson and coach Jay Gruden say he might return next week.
Jackson suffered the injury in Washington's organized team activity Thursday. He went through some individual drills without his helmet, then sat out during the rest of practice. He's been limited all week.
“It's a little nick," Jackson said. “It's nothing too serious. I'm out here going through workouts and treatments. It should be good."
Gruden called it a minor injury, as he did last week. He also said he hopes Jackson returns next week, the final one for OTAs.