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Tight End, Washington Redskins

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Draft: 2013 Round 3 (23)
College: Florida
Ht: 6’3”  Wt: 243 DOB: 1990-07-03 Age: 24
TE Rank Tier ADP-12
#5 2 7.11

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2013 WAS 9 - 59 45 499 11.1 3 69.7 7.7
2014 WAS 4 - 25 21 190 9.0 0 19.0 4.8
2014 (Projected) WAS       68 785 11.5 7 120.5  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
On a points per game basis Jordan Reed was a fantasy TE1 in 2013, despite being a rookie who got off to a slow start. He missed the last six games of the season, though, after he suffered a major concussion, his fourth including his college years. The threat of a reoccurrence is the only dark cloud hanging over Reed this season and beyond. In what may seem to be classic offseason hyperbole, Robert Griffin III called him “one of the most talented tight ends in the league.” Looking at his numbers when healthy, that may not be such an outlandish statement after all. Sean McVey as the offensive coordinator could help Reed even more, since he is Reed's former position coach. Already, Reed is expected to be a big part of the offense. He's been favorably compared to fellow Florida alumnus Aaron Hernandez in physicality and playing style, and his rookie season production helps to further make that comparison apt. Projecting the eight full games he played in 2013 out to a full season, Reed would have finished with an 88-974-6 stat-line. While it may be a little too optimistic to project those numbers for his 2014 season, a top-five finish is well within his reach if he stays healthy.

Comment: Another concussion might turn into a serious situation for the talented tight end.

Fan. Tm. Player
TE1TE1 Jordan Reed
TE2TE2 Niles Paul
TE3TE3 Logan Paulsen
Redskins Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Jordan Reed a gametime decision
HC: "still not quite there yet"
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Oct 10, 1:20 pm

Washington Redskins
Tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) is listed as questionable. He practiced in a limited capacity. Gruden said Reed is “still not quite there yet,” but that he expected that the second-year pro would be a game-time decision. Reed has maintained that if everything proceeded without a hitch this week, he expects to play. (Washington Post)

FFToday's Take: Reed isn't a lock to play as of Friday so check the Inactive list on Sunday before putting the Redskins tight end in your lineup. Niles Paul would start if Reed sits.


Injury Jordan Reed ‘shooting for Sunday’
Hamstring
By: Jake Gordon | Wed Oct 8, 5:40 pm

Washington Redskins
As the Washington Redskins left the practice field on Wednesday, tight end Jordan Reed lingered a couple of minutes longer to run some extra routes and catch passes from quarterback Kirk Cousins. The Redskins again classified Reed as limited following Wednesday’s session because he didn’t handle a full workload. But the second-year tight end expressed optimism, however, over the progress he has made and also said he hopes to play on Sunday if he doesn’t suffer any setbacks. (Washington Post)

FFToday's Take: The Redskins were banking on big things from Jordan Reed this season so it is good news to see him practicing even if only on a limited basis. Even if he suits up this weekend he may be on a snap count.


Injury Niles Paul expected to play Monday night
Full practice on Friday
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Oct 3, 3:50 pm

Washington Redskins
Tight end Niles Paul passed the final stage of testing in accordance with the NFL’s concussion protocol and practiced fully on Friday. The fourth-year veteran sustained a concussion in last Thursday’s game against the New York Giants and had been limited in practice all of this week. Paul is now expected to play in Monday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. (Washington Post)

FFToday's Take: Jordan Reed was limited Friday with a hamstring strain. His availability for Monday remains uncertain. Paul appears to be the tight end to own in Washington this week assuming he has no setbacks.


Injury Jordan Reed expected to miss Week 4
Hamstring injury
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Sep 23, 4:30 pm

Washington Redskins
According to John Keim of ESPN.com and multiple other reporters who cover the team, tight end Jordan Reed indicated Tuesday he’s doubtful to play Thursday night vs. the Giants because of a lingering hamstring injury. (ProFootballTalk)

FFToday's Take: Reed missed practice Tuesday ahead of the Redskins Thursday night game against the Giants. This means Niles Paul owners get another week of TE1 from their waiver wire claim.


Injury Jordan Reed out, DeSean Jackson questionable
Niles Paul on the TE1 radar
By: Mike Krueger | Fri Sep 19, 11:45 am

Washington Redskins
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson took part in some individual drills during Friday’s practice and will be listed as questionable for the Washington Redskins’ game on Sunday at Philadelphia. Tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) has been ruled out. (Washington Post)

FFToday's Take: A converted wide receiver, Niles Paul torched the Jaguars in Week 2 to the tune of 8 catches, 99 yards and 1 TD. If DeSean Jackson is limited or sits on Sunday, Paul would become the No.2 receiving option for Kirk Cousins. Jackson will test his shoulder in pregame warmups and be a gametime decision.


Injury Jordan Reed "could miss some time"
Injured hamstring on only catch of Week 1
By: Doug Orth | Mon Sep 8, 3:30 pm

Washington Redskins
TE Jordan Reed has shown flashes of great talent in his brief NFL career, but a concussion kept him out of seven games as a rookie and now another injury is threatening to cost him time in his second season with the Redskins. Reed hurt his hamstring while trying to hurdle a defender in the first half of Sunday’s loss to the Texans. Reed didn’t return to the game after the injury and coach Jay Gruden said at Monday’s press conference that it “could be some time” before he’s ready to return. (Pro Football Talk)

FFToday's Take: Niles Paul - a former college receiver - stepped up in a big way after Reed's departure and could give Washington some of the same explosiveness Reed does at the position if he is forced to miss multiple weeks. Given how conservative Gruden was with his passing attack in Week 1, Paul could actually be a worthwhile fantasy pickup while Reed is away.


Injury Jordan Reed to have MRI on hamstring
Niles Paul fills in
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Sep 7, 10:10 pm

Washington Redskins
Jordan Reed, who missed seven games as a rookie because of thigh, knee and concussion issues, injured his hamstring while trying to pick up extra yardage on a four-yard reception late in the first quarter. Niles Paul took Reed’s place along with Logan Paulsen in two-tight end sets. (Washington Post)

FFToday's Take: Reed will have an MRI on his hamstring according to head coach Jay Gruden. He said the injury was a concern and hinted that Reed could miss some time. Reed owners should be making other plans for their tight end position for at least Week 2 and likely beyond. Niles Paul caught four passes for 86 yards on four targets in Reed's absence.


Injury Jordan Reed practices fully, Orakpo limited
Tight end dealing with sprained thumb
By: Jake Gordon | Wed Sep 3, 6:20 pm

Washington Redskins
Outside linebacker Brian Orakpo was limited in Wednesday’s practice by a sprained ankle, according to the Redskins’ injury report. Tight end Jordan Reed practiced fully despite receiving treatment for a thumb injury. (Washington Post)

FFToday's Take: After an initial scare last week, Jordan Reed (thumb) has been able to return to practice fully and should be in starting lineups for week one. Meanwhile, Brian Orakpo is looking like a risky play in IDP leagues.


Jordan Reed impressive in scrimmage vs. Pats
Pats reporter believes TE is in line for big season
By: Doug Orth | Mon Aug 4, 4:30 pm

Washington Redskins
Jordan Reed looks like a star. He was open all practice, and hauled in a really nice catch over the out-stretched arms of Darrelle Revis and Devin McCourty along the sideline. Reed is in line for a big season, especially with the Redskins having so many weapons at receiver (DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon and Andre Roberts). (Boston Globe)

FFToday's Take: Reed has suffered four concussions dating back to college and it is that injury history that appears to be his biggest obstacle en route to becoming an elite fantasy tight end. While he can't be expected to maintain the 90-catch pace he had in eight games last season with a much less talented receiving corps, he figures to compete with Garcon to be the team's leader in touchdown catches.



2014 Gamelog Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Week Opp Result Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts
1 at HOU L 6-17 1 1 4 4.0 0 0.4
6 at ARI L 20-30 11 8 92 11.5 0 9.2
7 TEN W 19-17 6 5 54 10.8 0 5.4
8 at DAL W 20-17 7 7 40 5.7 0 4.0

2013 Gamelog Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Week Opp Result Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts
1 PHI L 27-33 6 5 38 7.6 0 3.8
2 at GB L 20-38 3 3 18 6.0 1 7.8
3 DET L 20-27 6 5 50 10.0 0 5.0
6 at DAL L 16-31 6 4 58 14.5 0 5.8
7 CHI W 45-41 9 9 134 14.9 1 19.4
8 at DEN L 21-45 14 8 90 11.3 0 9.0
9 SD W 30-24 5 4 37 9.3 0 5.5
10 at MIN L 27-34 9 6 62 10.3 1 12.2
11 at PHI L 16-24 1 1 12 12.0 0 1.2

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