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Redskins TE Jordan Reed ruled out against Titans

Jordan Reed

The Washington Redskins have been battered by injuries over the last several weeks of the season that has seen several of their prominent players sidelined in the process.

Among those is tight end Jordan Reed, who has struggled to get past some lingering issues with health regarding his surgically repaired toe. According to John Keim of ESPN, Reed has been ruled out of Saturday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.

Reed has been limited over the last several weeks due to issues that have flared up on both feet as each of his big toes have been surgically repaired. This has created some lingering issues that have continued to give him problems while preventing him from being an effective asset on the field when he is able to play. Reed has missed one game due to the nagging situation as he has notched 54 receptions for 558 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns.

He hasn’t been able to tally a single 100 receiving yard performance and reached more than 50 receiving yards five times this season. His production hasn’t been where it was hoped heading into the season as the team was eyeing him become a prominent asset in the passing game along with being a major asset in the red zone, but that hasn’t exactly been the case this year.

Reed has shown that he can a highly reliable asset in the offense when healthy, but that hasn’t been the case for much of the year. Instead, he has had much difficulty getting to the point where he can move past those nagging health problems. Beyond that, there is now a strong chance that his season could be done as he hasn’t made any real progress to get past it. Until he can do that, his availability the rest of the way is up in the air.