Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed is not expected to play in his team’s Week 1 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday due to a concussion, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

This will mark the third time of Reed’s career that he has missed games because of a concussion, as he was also sidelined for head injuries in 2013 and 2016.

Reed is coming off of a 2018 campaign in which he played 13 games, hauling in 54 receptions for 558 yards and a couple of touchdowns.

The 29-year-old, who played his collegiate football at the University of Florida, was originally selected by the Redskins in the third round (85th pick overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

He appeared in nine contests during his rookie year, catching 45 passes for 499 yards and three scores. He then followed that up by participating in 11 games in 2014, snaring 50 balls for 465 yards.

Reed finally broke out in 2015, playing in 14 games and registering 87 catches for 952 yards while reaching the end zone 11 times in what remains his best season to date.

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However, he did not make his first Pro Bowl until 2016, when he tallied 66 receptions for 686 yards and six touchdowns.

Reed has never played a full season, with his high-water mark being the 14 contests he played back in 2015.

When he is healthy, he is one of the better tight ends in football, but injuries have been a big problem for the New London, Ct. native throughout his NFL career.

Over the last two years, he has appeared in just 19 games total.

The Redskins won seven games in 2018.