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Jordan Reed | Tight End | #86

Team: Washington Redskins
Age / DOB:  (28) / 7/3/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 245
College: Florida
Drafted: 2013 / Rd. 3 (85) / WAS
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Jordan Reed caught 4-of-6 targets for 51 yards in the Redskins' Week 10 win over the Bucs.
Reed's six targets led the team while his yards were one behind Maurice Harris for the Redskins' high. Reed has remained healthy all season but has shown zero upside in the Alex Smith-led offense. He gets the Texans in Week 11. Nov 11 - 4:47 PM

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Jordan Reed (back) wasn't listed on the Redskins' final injury report for Week 10 against the Buccaneers.

Reed's status for Sunday's game was never in doubt. Tampa Bay's defense has been nonexistent all season, so this is probably as good a matchup as Reed will ever see. The 28-year-old didn't show much during the first half but at a thin fantasy position, he's still in play as a starter in most leagues.
Nov 9 - 3:04 PM

Jordan Reed (back) remained limited at Thursday's practice.

Miraculously, the oft-injured tight end has yet to miss a game this season. Unfortunately he's been a relative non-factor, clearing 60 yards receiving just once. He'll take a seven-game touchdown drought into Sunday's game in Tampa Bay.
Nov 8 - 4:35 PM

Jordan Reed (back) was limited at Wednesday's practice.

It's a new issue for Reed after he was limited by a neck ailment last week. Still, Reed has been incredibly healthy this season and doesn't seem to be ind danger of missing Week 10. He'll be a mid-range TE1 against the Bucs.
Nov 7 - 4:45 PM

Jordan Reed caught 4-of-6 targets for 34 yards in Washington's Week 9 loss to the Falcons.

He's now finished below 40 receiving yards in five straight games. Reed had an early catch negated by a penalty, then was kept quiet in a game where Alex Smith completed passes to nine different players and targeted only Maurice Harris (12) more than six times. Reed still looks like a plus athlete on the field, but his rapport with Smith remains a work in progress even after eight games. Reed draws a best-case-scenario matchup at Tampa Bay next.
Nov 4 - 5:15 PM

Jordan Reed (neck) wasn't listed on the Redskins' final injury report for Week 9 against the Falcons.

Reed started the week as a limited participant at practice but returned to full work on Thursday and Friday. With Washington running its offense through Adrian Peterson, Reed has been a relative disappointment this year, managing a tepid 29-306-1 receiving line through seven contests. That said, he gets an enticing matchup Sunday against an injury-decimated Falcons secondary. That alone is enough to keep him in the TE1 conversation.
Nov 2 - 4:54 PM

Jordan Reed (neck) was limited at Wednesday's practice.

Known for being among the most injury-prone players in football, Reed has yet to miss a game this season. Unfortunately he hasn't been very productive, averaging a pedestrian 43.7 receiving yards per game with only one touchdown. Luckily he gets a favorable draw Sunday against an injury-ravaged Falcons secondary.
Oct 31 - 7:22 PM

Jordan Reed caught 7-of-12 targets for 38 yards in Washington's Week 8 win over the Giants.

This was usable PPR production, but the Skins have been able to get nothing going to Reed on throws down the field, leading to poor yardage outputs each week. Nevertheless, Reed should stay locked into fantasy lineups versus Atlanta's injury-ruined defense in Week 9.
Oct 28 - 5:41 PM

Jordan Reed caught 2-of-4 targets for 43 yards in the Redskins' Week 7 win over the Cowboys.

The good news is Reed's 43 yards were a team-high. The bad news is Reed's 43 yards were a team-high. It's easy to say he's a TE1 based on past performance, but that feeling is beginning to waiver with his third consecutive game under 50 yards. He also has yet to eclipse 70 yards in a single outing this season. His usage remains that of a TE1, so owners are still advised to hang tight and hope to weather the storm.
Oct 21 - 9:05 PM

Jordan Reed caught 5-of-9 targets for 36 yards in the Redskins' Week 6 win over the Panthers.

The Panthers are a gorgeous matchup for opposing tight ends, but it was Vernon Davis who took advantage for a wide-open touchdown. Reed did lead the team in targets on a quiet day for Alex Smith. Reed is averaging a modest weekly 4/45 through his first five games, but his usage has remained that of a TE1. There should be big games to come.
Oct 14 - 5:41 PM

Jordan Reed caught 1-of-2 targets for 21 yards in the Redskins' Week 5 loss to the Saints.

Reed had as many tackles as catches and wasn't even targeted in the first half. On his lone catch, Reed had to make a really difficult grab on a poorly-aimed pass on the sideline. Alex Smith was terrible in this one. Reed will look to rebound as a locked-in TE1 at a shallow position next week against Carolina.
Oct 9 - 12:11 AM

Jordan Reed caught 4-of-7 targets for 65 yards in the Redskins' Week 3 win over the Packers.

It was a strong statline on an afternoon where Alex Smith completed just 12 passes. Reed's yardage has now gone up each week, though he has not scored since Week 1. He will have a great shot at rectifying that in Week 5 against the Saints. New Orleans' defense has given back all the gains it made in 2017.
Sep 23 - 6:17 PM

Jordan Reed handled six-of-eight targets for 55 yards Sunday in the Redskins’ Week 2 loss to the Colts.

He went most of the first half without drawing a target, finally getting a look from Alex Smith with six minutes to go in the second quarter. Reed came through with five catches for 51 yards after halftime but also committed a costly fumble in the fourth quarter that essentially handed Indy the game. The 28-year-old has always been a productive player when healthy and that should continue to be the case next week when the Redskins host Green Bay at FedEx Field.
Sep 16 - 5:03 PM

Jordan Reed corralled four-of-five targets for 48 yards and a touchdown Sunday in the Redskins’ Week 1 win over the Cardinals.

All four catches came in the first half, including a four-yard touchdown grab with eight seconds remaining in the second quarter. That marked Reed’s first end-zone visit since Week 7 of last year, when he broke out for two touchdowns in a loss to Philadelphia. Reed likely would have done more damage had this been a competitive game, but with Washington running circles around the overmatched Cardinals, there was no reason to air it out in the second half. Finally healthy (knock on wood) after an injury-plagued 2017 campaign, the former Florida Gator is safe to pencil in as a TE1 next week in a mouth-watering matchup against the Colts.
Sep 9 - 8:18 PM

Coach Jay Gruden said Jordan Reed is "in great shape" and will play Week 1 against the Cardinals.

Neither Reed nor Chris Thompson are on the Week 1 injury report as the practice week kicks off. Both will play Sunday and be fixtures on offense. Reed is a back-end TE1 with upside, while Thompson is a solid RB3/FLEX.
Sep 5 - 3:00 PM

Depth Charts

Skill Players
PosRoleName
QB1Alex Smith
2Colt McCoy
RB1Adrian Peterson
2Chris Thompson
3Kapri Bibbs
4Samaje Perine
5Rob Kelley
GLB1Adrian Peterson
2Rob Kelley
3RB1Chris Thompson
2Samaje Perine
WR11Jamison Crowder
2Maurice Harris
3Michael Floyd
4Cam Sims
WR21Josh Doctson
2Brian Quick
3Paul Richardson
WR31Maurice Harris
2Trey Quinn
TE1Jordan Reed
2Vernon Davis
3Jeremy Sprinkle
LT1Trent Williams
2Ty Nsekhe
LG1Chase Roullier
2Shawn Lauvao
C1Tony Bergstrom
2Casey Dunn
3Chase Roullier
RG1Tony Bergstrom
2Brandon Scherff
RT1Morgan Moses
2Geron Christian
K1Dustin Hopkins