Washington Redskins rookie tight end Jordan Reed wasn’t able to participate during offseason workouts due to an injury that’s become a concern, according to CSNWashington.com.
The versatile, 6 foot 3, 225-pound tight end hasn’t been on the field yet because of a somewhat concerning knee/quad issue, so he’s got some catching up to do. But he’s supposed to be ready for camp.
With Fred Davis coming off an Achilles injury, it would be nice if Reed could help the Redskins offense. I wouldn’t expect much right now since he’s probably behind after missing numerous on the field reps during the spring.
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