Jordan Reed

Redskins Coach Jay Gruden downplays tight end's knee surgery as ‘little procedure;’ says he’ll join team for training camp.

The Washington Redskins began the third phase of their offseason program on Tuesday, holding their first official practice on Tuesday. But three of the team's top offensive players were not in attendance.

Washington has three useful tight ends with three distinct styles. Should all three come back next season, or is there room to upgrade?

Redskins receivers impressed by Colt McCoy’s athleticism, fight versus Colts

Left tackle set to play, while cornerback E.J. Biggers, wide receivers Aldrick Robinson and Leonard Hamilton among Redskins inactives for Sunday’s game against Colts.

Washington will tap defensive-line depth to cover for Chris Baker against San Francisco; rookie Morgan Moses girding for start if LT Trent Williams can’t play

Five weeks after straining his hamstring in the season opener, tight end Jordan Reed will return for the Redskins and will start. Meanwhile, starting free safety Ryan Clark will play, but starting inside linebacker Perry Riley will not.

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.

Tight end Jordan Reed is among the players deactivated for Monday night's game, but tackle Trent Williams will go.

Tight end Jordan Reed did not practice on Saturday and remains questionable for Monday night's game between the Redskins and Seahawks.

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