One of the Redskins’ key pass catchers is reportedly back in good health after missing the final six games of the season.
Tight end Jordan Reed is working out and is healed from a concussion that kept him out for more than a month toward the end of the regular season, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reported Tuesday.
A third-round pick from Florida in the 2013 draft, Reed showed considerable promise in his rookie season, catching 45 passes for 499 yards and three touchdowns in just nine games. His final game was Washington’s November 17 loss at Philadelphia.
Considering the length of Reed’s absence and the seemingly increased emphasis on caution with concussions, it looks to be a good sign that Reed’s offseason workouts have already commenced.