Redskins TE Jordan Reed is "day-to-day" with a hamstring issue, per HC Jay Gruden. That's becoming a perpetual state for Reed, who missed 5 games with 2 separate hamstring injuries last year. He also underwent knee surgery this offseason, missed time in 2013 with quad, knee and foot problems, and has sustained at least 3 concussions. Reed's durability issues are likely the main reason he's listed 2nd behind Niles Paul on Washington's current depth chart. He'll need to get and stay healthy if he wants to move back atop the totem pole. Reed has plenty of weekly upside when he's on the field, but the injuries make him just a late-round flier in fantasy drafts right now.
TE Jordan Reed announced his retirement. A talented pass-catcher, Reed's career was unfortunately defined by injuries, most notably his 7 documented concussions. He finishes a 7-season career with 355 catches for 3,602 yards and 28 TDs.
Niners TE Jordan Reed (illness) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams. Reed missed practice Thursday and Friday. We'll see about his status on Sunday. If he's inactive, Ross Dwelley would take lead-TE snaps for the 49ers.
49ers TE Jordan Reed (knee) will play against the Packers tonight, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Reed has been out since spraining a knee back in Week 3. It's unclear how big a role he'll play tonight, so Reed is a high-risk fantasy play. His return also makes TE Ross Dwelley tough to trust in fantasy lineups.
HC Kyle Shanahan says TE Jordan Reed could miss 6-8 weeks with the knee sprain he suffered in Sunday's win over the Giants, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. He'll go on short-term IR. You should go ahead and drop Reed from most fantasy football rosters.