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86 Jordan Reed TE
Height/Weight: 6-2/237 | Birthdate: 7/3/1990 | Birthplace: New London, CT, USA | Team: Washington | College: Florida | NFL Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 77/9 | Average Draft Position: 91.52
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Jordan Reed will have to practice at least one day to play


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/15/2014) Redskins coach Jay Gruden said tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) "has to practice at least a day" in order to play Week 3 against the Eagles. Reed sat out Sunday's game against the Jaguars after getting hurt Week 1.

Injuries dominate Redskins' inactive list


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/14/2014) The Redskins announced their seven inactive players for Week 2 against the Jaguars, and included four players dealing with injuries.

Linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee), defensive lineman Kedric Golston (groin), defensive back Tracy Porter (hamstring) and tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) were all sidelined as a result of their injuries. They were joined on the inactive list by quarterback Colt McCoy, wide receiver Santana Moss and offensive lineman Spencer Long


3 ruled out for Washington


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/12/2014) The Redskins ruled out tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring), defensive back Tracy Porter (hamstring) and linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee) for Week 2 against the Jaguars, after all three were unable to participate in Friday's practice.  

Still no Jordan Reed in Friday practice


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/12/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed was unable to participate in the open portion of Friday's practice according to CSNWashington.com, as he continues to deal with a hamstring injury. Reed has been considered doubtful for Week 2 against the Jaguars all week, and it doesn’t look like he has improved much in the final day of preparation. 

Jordan Reed, Kedric Golston doubtful; Tracy Porter out Week 2


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/11/2014) Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Thursday tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) and defensive lineman Kedric Golston (groin) are considered doubtful for Week 2 against the Jaguars. He also said cornerback Tracy Porter will not play due to a hamstring injury.

Jay Gruden calls Jordan Reed 'a long shot'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/10/2014) While Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III said tight end Jordan Reed definitely won't play Sunday, coach Jay Gruden didn't completely close the door on Reed suiting up.

"Jordan has a [strained] hamstring and he'll most likely be out on Sunday," Gruden said, per the Washington Times. "We're going to check him out today. He's walking around today. He's not going to practice today and won't practice [Thursday]. He's a long shot, I would say."


RG3: Jordan Reed won't play Week 2


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/10/2014) Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III confirmed tight end Jordan Reed won't play Sunday against the Jaguars due to his hamstring injury, reports the Associated Press. "He's a big loss, a great player," Griffin said.

Niles Paul is expected to start in Reed's place.


Jordan Reed likely to miss 'some time' due to injury


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/8/2014) Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Monday tight end Jordan Reed could miss "some time" after he suffered a mild hamstring strain Week 1 against the Texans. Niles Paul stepped in after Reed was hurt Sunday and led Washington with 86 receiving yards.

Jordan Reed, Barry Cofield downgraded to out


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/7/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) and defensive tackle Barry Cofield (ankle) both left the game Week 1 at Houston due to injuries. They were both downgraded from questionable to out at the beginning of the second half.

Jordan Reed suffers hamstring injury Week 1


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/7/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed left Sunday's game at Houston in the first quarter due to a hamstring injury. He is questionable to return.

Reed was injured on his first catch of the game -- a 4-yard reception late in the first quarter. He hobbled to the sidelines after the play. Reed came into the game as questionable with a thumb injury.


Jordan Reed cleared to play Week 1


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/7/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed was cleared to play Week 1 at Houston after being listed as questionable due to a thumb injury. Reed practiced in full all week.

Redskins have four players listed on final injury report before Week 1


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/5/2014) The Redskins have listed only four players on their injury report Friday heading into their Sunday opener against Houston. Only cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) and linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee) have been ruled out.

Deemed questionable are linebacker Brian Orakpo (ankle) and Jordan Reed (thumb). That said, both players were able to practice in full on Friday.


Jordan Reed to see first regular-season action since Week 11


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/4/2014) It doesn't appear a thumb injury will keep Redskins tight end Jordan Reed from Sunday's season opener against the Texans. It will be his first regular-season action since Week 11 last season.

Tight ends had fairly good success against Houston in 2013. They averaged 8.5 Fantasy points per week, which was the fifth-highest average in the league. Tight ends totaled nine touchdowns in 16 games and averaged 50.3 receiving yards per game against Houston.

Reed was limited to nine games as a rookie in 2013 due to durability issues. It's not comforting to see him on the injury report again so early in the season, but it seems it's just a minor ailment.

Reed was starting to emerge as a pass-catching threat in the Redskins' offense in 2013 before missing the end of the season due to injury. The upside is definitely there, and the middle of the field could be open with DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon on the outside. Reed can be considered a low-end No. 1 Fantasy tight end heading into Week 1.


Jordan Reed practices in full


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/3/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed (thumb) practiced in full Wednesday. Washington will travel to Houston for its season opener Sunday.

Jordan Reed sits out with sprained thumb


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/25/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed missed Monday's practice with a sprained thumb, reports CSNWashington.com. Coach Jay Gruden said Reed will be ready for the season opener.

Jordan Reed feeling better, will practice Thursday


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/12/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed, who's been out since late last week with a stomach virus, is feeling much better and will practice Thursday, coach Jay Gruden told reporters.

Jordan Reed out with illness


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/10/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed missed both weekend practices with an illness, reports CSNWashington.com. It's not believed to be serious, and coaches are confident he'll be back soon.

If Jordan Reed can stay healthy...


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/31/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed missed seven games last season, six due to a concussion. He had durability issues in college. But coaches and teammates know that if Reed can stay on the field, he'll do special things, reports ESPN.com.

"He’s always been a natural route runner," offensive coordinator Sean McVay said. "He just gets it. You don’t have to overcoach him. He just naturally separates."

The 6-2, 237-pound Reed is one of the team's top basketball players and has a killer crossover move he's adapted to football, the website said.

"The way he can move his body and be in total control all the time is really special," fellow tight end Logan Paulsen said. "He does a lot of things that receivers can’t do and that will make him so special for a long time. I have never seen anyone run routes the way he runs them. I’m not exaggerating at all when I say that. He’s a special talent. He’s just wired in an explosive athletic way. You see a guy cross somebody up in basketball; he has that move. Even though you know it’s coming he still gets guys to bite. It’s incredible."

Coach Jay Gruden called Reed a fluid athlete who still has a lot to learn.

"He’s effortless the way he runs and very smooth and very difficult to cover and he can stop on a dime and get out of cuts," Gruden said. "He’s very sudden, and he’s got a good feel for the zones. It’s just a matter now of perfecting his craft, both in the passing game when he has to protect and in the running game. So, you know that takes some time. He’s only in his second year and this is a new system, new terminology for him and he’s doing a good job but he has a ways to go before we mention him with the great tight ends in the NFL."


Jordan Reed will 'be a key player'


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/26/2014) Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay said tight end Jordan Reed will be an important piece on offense this season, reports the team's official website.

"He's going be a key player in our offense," McVay said. "He's an elite route runner for the position, and he still competes with the toughness. He's got great feet, so he can cover guys up in the run game."

McVay said the Redskins will find ways to get Reed in favorable matchups.

"I think what we'll try to do with him will maximize his skillset," McVay said. "He's done a great job this offseason, so he's in position to have a great year."


Jordan Reed hid concussions from Redskins


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/5/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed believes he had a concussion two weeks before suffering another one last season. He missed the last seven games of the 2013 season because of concussions and also had two while playing ball at Florida. 

"I think I had had a concussion two weeks before, but I didn't tell nobody so when I took a shot to the side of my head against the Eagles it made it worse," Reed told The Sports Xchange.  "I was in a bad spot for a long time. I didn't know if they would ever go away, but I'm past it now."

Reed is expected to be ready for the start of training camp. 


Redskins draft TE Ted Bolser in Round 7


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(5/10/2014) With the 217th pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins selected tight end Ted Bolser from Indiana.

The 6-foot-6, 248-pound tight end ran a 4.85-second 40-yard dash at the combine. Bolser totaled 34 receptions for 320 yards and six touchdowns in 2013. He will join a tight end group that includes Jordan Reed, Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul.

Jordan Reed is 'full-go'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(5/4/2014) Redskins tight end Jordan Reed, who dealt with concussion problems last season, is "full-go" and won't have any limitations during training camp, reports ESPN.com. Reed "did a nice job during the minicamp" and will "obviously be a big factor this season if he can stay healthy," the report said.

Why DeSean Jackson is a good fit for Redskins


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(4/2/2014) DeSean Jackson's skill set will mesh with the Redskins' offense and quarterback Robert Griffin III, according to ESPN.com. "Griffin's ability to throw the deep ball sits well with Jackson's penchant for catching them in the past," the report said. "It's what Jackson does best, and it's why he scares a defense so much. 

"Griffin might not have a laser arm like Michael Vick -- few do -- but it's a very good arm and it's certainly one that should connect with Jackson down the field. Oh, there's also Griffin's ability to extend plays with a group as fast as this one. That, too, should lead to headaches for opposing defensive coordinators in the week leading up to facing this offense."

Jackson joins wideouts Pierre Garcon and Andre Roberts and tight end Jordan Reed to give Griffin four dangerous targets. The improved passing game also should open up running lanes for Alfred Morris.


Gruden excited to work with Jordan Reed


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/26/2014) New Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings that he is looking forward to working with tight end Jordan Reed this year.

"Jordan Reed is one of the more exciting, young NFL players based on what I've seen with his movement and getting in and out of breaks and his natural hands," Gruden said. "His feel for the game is exciting. We just have to make sure he stays healthy and stays on the field. That's something that's hard to do these days with the physicality of the game. As far as his natural routes and feel for the position, we're excited to work with him."

Reed dealt with concussion problems as a rookie in 2013, but he finished with 45 catches for 499 yards and three touchdowns.


Robert Griffin III to work with receivers next week


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(3/17/2014) Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and his receiving targets will gather in Arizona next week to "knock off some rust and get a jump on offseason workouts," reports the Washington Post. The receivers scheduled to attend include Pierre Garcon, Aldrick Robinson, Santana Moss, new additions Andre Roberts and David Gettis, tight end Jordan Reed and running backs Alfred Morris, Evan Royster and Chris Thompson.