Jordan Reed, Su'a Cravens At Redskins Practice; DeSean Jackson Sits With Shoulder Injury

Two key performers dealing with concussions were at practice Wednesday, but don't count on either for Sunday's practice just yet.

ASHBURN -- The streaking Washington Redskins returned to practice with a matchup at the Detroit Lions on tap for Sunday. Here's a quick primer of what we're watching this week and what happened Wednesday at Redskins Park. Head coach Jay Gruden will address the media after practice.

* Tight end Jordan Reed (concussion) was on the field for the portion of practice open to the media. That's the good news. The non-contact jersey indicates he's still awaiting a resolution on his status for Week 7. That said, Reed running routes is a positive sign.

* Linebacker Su'a Cravens (concussion), who sat out the previous two games, is expected to receive more work this week. The rookie did drills with other linebackers at the start of practice.

* Not at practice? DeSean Jackson. The receiver hurt his shoulder against Philadelphia. For the moment he doesn't appear stressed, though wasn't sure if he would participate Thursday.

* As for what happened on the field...

* The injury report

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