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CSN Washington Aug 25, 2015

Jordan Reed set to return for Redskins

After sitting out the first two preseason games, Redskins tight end Jordan Reed aims to return against the Ravens.
CSN Washington Aug 25, 2015

Promising news on Redskins' Jordan Reed, less so for DeSean Jackson

Redskins coach Jay Gruden reveals some good news on Jordan Reed's injury recovery, but a slower timetable for WR DeSean Jackson.
Washington Post Aug 25, 2015

Redskins Blog: DeSean Jackson and Jordan Reed ease back into practice

The Redskins‘ first-team offense may be stalled midway thru the preseason, but it has no shortage of quality wide receivers.Tuesday, when the team regrouped for practice at Redskins Park, two key receiving targets who’ve been sidelined by injury the past two weeks started easing back to work: DeSean Jackson and tight end Jordan Reed.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 15, 2015

Redskins Blog: Jordan Reed aims to return to practice, play in next preseason game

RICHMOND — Tight end Jordan Reed (strained hamstring) remained sidelined as the Washington Redskins resumed practice Saturday afternoon, but said he will try to play in next Thursday’s preseason game against Detroit.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Aug 11, 2015

Paul will start for Redskins but Reed will get plenty of snaps

Need to Know: Niles Paul is the current leader to be the Redskins' starting tight end but Jordan Reed will still play plenty.
Washington Post Aug 11, 2015

Redskins Blog: Jay Gruden sees ‘self-made’ Niles Paul as more complete threat than Jordan Reed

RICHMOND — Last season Niles Paul, capitalized on the opportunities he received because of Jordan Reed’s frequent injuries and posted a career year with 39 catches for 507 yards and a touchdown. Now, as they prepare to enter the 2015 season, Paul has overtaken Reed for the starting job thanks to a productive offseason of growth, both in skill and size and strength.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Aug 11, 2015

OPEN THREAD: New plan to keep Jordan Reed healthy?

Jay Gruden made clear the Redskins plan to give Niles Paul the starting tight end job this fall. Paul has certainly worked hard, but is this a new ploy to keep Jordan Reed healthy for 16 games?
CSN Washington Aug 5, 2015

Redskins training camp practice report, Day 7: Reed impresses again

Redskins practice report, Day 7: Tight end Jordan Reed made some impressive plays during a hot and sticky practice session on Wednesday.

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