But a blocking sled can hold him back a few weeks.
Jackson suffered a Grade 2 separated shoulder and is expected to miss a few weeks, according to a source informed of the situation, per NFL Media's Rand Getlin. ESPN was first to report.
While he might sit out preseason games, assuming the shoulder injury doesn't linger, it shouldn't limit the speedsters' production in 2015 as the Redskins' No. 1 target.
Here are some other injuries we are tracking:
- Also at the Cowboys training camp, defensive-end Kenneth Boatright had to be carted off the field and loaded into an ambulance on a stretcher, according to David Helman with DallasCowboys.com. Boatright's legs were moving when they loaded him up. He was taken to a local hospital with a suspected neck injury, according to NFL Media's Omar Ruiz.
- Detroit Lions tight end Joseph Fauria left Thursday's practice after sustaining an unknown injury, according to MLive.com's Kyle Meinke. Fauria returned to the field without his pads and wearing what appeared to be a protective sleeve on his left knee. Coach Jim Cadwell said it might take him a couple days to get back.
- Titans tight end Delanie Walker took a hit from defensive back Da'Norris Searcy that left him shaken up, according to Terry Mccormick of Titaninsider.com. Walker needed 12 stitches to close the cut on his hand but he still doesn't know if anything is broken. He says he's seeing a hand specialist soon.