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Jordan Reed | Tight End

Team: Washington Redskins
Age / DOB:  (24) / 7/3/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 237
College: Florida
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Jordan Reed caught 5-of-6 targets for 54 yards in Washington's Week 7 win over the Titans.
Reed looked slippery and healthy, but was hampered by the Redskins' poor quarterback play. Reed is now up to 13 catches for 146 yards since returning from his hamstring injury in Week 6, and has quickly re-established himself as an every-week TE1. Robert Griffin III's (ankle) looming return will only help Reed further. Oct 19 - 6:28 PM

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Jordan Reed is not listed on the Week 7 injury report.

In his first game off a Week 1 hamstring pull, Reed lit up the Cardinals for 8-92-0 while playing 53.8 percent of the snaps. It appears he emerged without any issues whatsoever. Reed, a dominator of 1-on-1 matchups, will be a solid TE1 against the Titans Sunday.
Oct 16 - 10:36 AM

Making his return from a Week 1 hamstring pull, Jordan Reed played on 35-of-65 snaps (53.8 percent) in Sunday's loss at Arizona.

Niles Paul played on 32 snaps as Reed was eased back into action. The athletic seam-stretcher still dominated the box score, going 8-92-0 on a team-high 11 targets. Paul had just 1-7-0 on two targets, proving just how wide the gap is here. Reed's playing time should continue to grow toward 70 percent or so, making him a mid-range TE1 weekly.
Oct 13 - 9:58 AM

Jordan Reed secured 8-of-11 targets for 92 yards in the Redskins' Week 6 loss to the Cardinals.

Making his return from a Week 1 hamstring tear, Reed looked spry while working in frequent two-tight end sets alongside Niles Paul. He was the clearly-preferred passing-game option to Paul, seeing a team-high 11 targets. Although Jay Gruden involved the tight end sparingly in his Cincinnati offenses, he's utilizing the tight ends voluminously in D.C. With Reed back healthy, he'll resume TE1 value in Week 7 against Tennessee.
Oct 12 - 8:48 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) has been cleared to play Week 6 against the Cardinals.

Reed hasn't played since the opener. He has a great matchup this Sunday against Arizona, but usage and snap count is the concern, especially with Niles Paul playing well as a pass catcher in Reed's absence. Reed's a high-risk TE1.
Oct 12 - 10:34 AM

ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim said TE Jordan Reed will play a "decent amount" of snaps if he is active against the Cardinals.

"He apparently looked good during the week and he should be an excellent matchup for them Sunday," Keim said. "So clearly the desire would be there to play him a lot." All signs point to Reed playing on Sunday against an Arizona defense that gives up the sixth most points per game to opposing tight ends. Reed will be a high-risk, high-reward TE1 if active this week.
Oct 11 - 10:53 AM

ESPN's John Keim reports "it would be a surprise" if TE Jordan Reed (questionable, hamstring) didn't play in Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

"He’s done a decent job," coach Jay Gruden said of Reed. "He’s still not quite there yet but he’s making great progress. We're all anxiously awaiting and hopefully it will be Sunday." Reed is a game-time decision and seems likely to return. He'll be a low-end TE1 if active this week.
Oct 10 - 6:31 PM

ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim expects Jordan Reed (hamstring, questionable) to play Sunday at Arizona.

Keim has had a good grasp on the availability of Washington's banged-up skill position players this season. Although Reed seems likely to be active, players coming back from hamstring injuries always present a lot of fantasy football risk. Reed may or may not be a full-time player against the Cards. He could lose snaps to Niles Paul, who played well for the most part with Reed out.
Oct 10 - 1:31 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) is questionable for Week 6 at the Cardinals.

The Washington Post's Mike Jones says Reed will be a game-time decision. We're expecting Reed to play after getting in three limited practices this week, but it's something to keep an eye on Sunday. Washington and Arizona kick off at 4:25 PM ET. Reed will be a low-end TE1 should he suit up Sunday.
Oct 10 - 12:53 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) remained limited in Thursday's practice, but reiterated to reporters that he expects to return for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

Barring a setback, Reed will see his first action since Week 1. Despite the long absence, Reed will slide right back in as a low-end TE1 against a Cardinals defense that has trouble with tight ends.
Oct 9 - 6:58 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) was officially limited in Wednesday's practice.

Reed is expecting to finally make his return after suffering a serious hamstring pull while hurdling a defender in Week 1. He needs to be owned in all standard formats. The highly athletic playmaker faces an Arizona defense that bleeds fantasy points to tight ends and will be a fine TE1 the rest of the way if he can just sustain health.
Oct 9 - 8:22 AM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) expects to play in Week 6.

Reed practiced last week, but was held out of Monday night's loss. He's now on track to return barring any setbacks. Coach Jay Gruden has "high hopes" that Reed will be in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Oct 8 - 4:19 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) is inactive for Monday night's Week 5 game against the Seahawks.

Reed hasn't played since the opener. He practiced a bit this week, and appears to be aiming to return in Week 6 against the Cardinals. Niles Paul (concussion) is active and will start against the Seahawks in place of Reed.
Oct 6 - 7:09 PM

ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim does not expect Jordan Reed (hamstring) to play in Monday night's game against the Seahawks.

Reed did not practice Saturday, downgrading his status. It now looks like he's trying to return for a Week 6 game against a Cardinals team that bleeds fantasy points to tight ends. Meanwhile, Niles Paul (concussion) is expected to play Monday night.
Oct 6 - 8:46 AM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) did not practice Saturday and is listed as questionable for Monday night's game against the Seahawks.

Reed was a limited participant in practice on Thursday and Friday, meaning Saturday represented a downgrade. The Redskins will put him through a workout Sunday before making a decision. "He feels OK," coach Gruden said. "I know how these things are ... He's been running, but full speed? I can't tell. I haven't seen him run in a long time, I don't know what his full speed is now. That's what we'll look at [Sunday]." Even if Reed surprisingly ends up active Monday night, he'll likely split time with full practice participant Niles Paul (concussion). Reed remains a fantasy bench stash.
Oct 4 - 2:36 PM

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FB1Darrel Young
WR11Pierre Garcon
2Ryan Grant
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WR21DeSean Jackson
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3Aldrick Robinson
WR31Andre Roberts
TE1Jordan Reed
2Niles Paul
3Logan Paulsen
K1Kai Forbath