After sending a scare through the team last week, Washington wideout DeSean Jackson was back on his feet Monday, and ready to play.
Jackson returned to practice after spraining his ankle last week, and said he expected to play Monday against the Browns.
“I felt good, man. Had a little sore, bruised ankle for the last couple days. So to be back in the midst of things, felt good,” Jackson said, via Mike Jones of the Washington Post.
Jackson didn’t play in last week’s preseason opener against the Patriots, but caught a few touchdowns from quarterback Robert Griffin III during practice Monday, and said he was encouraged by his progress.
“I feel where we’re at now, we’re pretty ready to go into the season and do some great things,” he said.
Being healthy again is a good first step.