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Posted at 01:40 PM ET, 08/03/2012

Anthony Armstrong says shoulder injury not serious but timetable for return unclear

Redskins wide receiver Anthony Armstrong walks off the field with a wrapping on his right shoulder. (John McDonnell - THE WASHINGTON POST)
Wide receiver Anthony Armstrong said Friday his shoulder injury is not serious but he wasn’t certain when he’ll be able to resume practicing.

“I’m good,” Armstrong said following the Washington Redskins’ morning walk-through at Redskins Park. “It’s nothing serious. Just sore. I fell on that hard ground out there. It’s early in camp. So you kind of take a little time and relax a little bit. Everything will be good.”

Armstrong fell on his right shoulder while trying to make a catch during the Redskins’ training camp practice Thursday. Coach Mike Shanahan said late Thursday that Armstrong had injured his AC joint.

“I’ll get back there as soon as I can, if I can practice tomorrow or the next day,” Armstrong said. “But that’s not up to me. That’s up to the coaches.”

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