Wide receiver DeSean Jackson led the Redskins’ lengthy injury list Wednesday, held out of practice with knee and ankle ailments that flared up in the third quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Jackson was present for practice but not suited up, and looked on as the team went through nearly two hours of work at Redskins Park in advance of their first road game of the season.

Coach Jay Gruden declined to characterize the chances of Jackson playing against the 2-0 Giants at MetLife Stadium, saying: “Expectations are, I have no idea. It depends on how he’s feeling tomorrow and the next day. Hopefully, he’ll be okay.”

Defensive end Kendall Reyes also didn’t practice, with a lingering groin issue.

Four players took limited part in the workout, two of them starters: Left tackle Trent Williams (knee); defensive end Chris Baker (rib, elbow, toe, knee); rookie wide receiver Josh Doctson (Achilles’ tendon) and linebacker Martrell Spaight (concussion).

Also Wednesday, Kedric Golston, who began the season as the Redskins’ starting nose tackle, underwent surgery to repair the hamstring he tore on the first play of the second game against Dallas. Golston was placed on injured reserve the following day.

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Jackson, 29, currently leads Redskins receivers with 142 yards on nine receptions.

Finally, three players were listed with injuries but took full part in practice: Running back Matt Jones (shoulder), rookie linebacker/safety Su’a Cravens (hip) and cornerback Deshazor Everett (knee).

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