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Latest Jordan Reed Items
The Redskins believe they could have a potential game-changer in Jordan Reed, who became Robert Griffin III's security blanket when was able to get on the field last season.
The Washington Redskins thought they had found a future starting wide receiver in March when they lured Andre Roberts away from the Arizona Cardinals.
Need to Know: The Redskins' Jordan Reed puts in the extra work during the season and during the summer as well.
Depth chart analysis: The Redskins' tight end depth chart looks set unless a seventh-round rookie can crash the party.
30 Questions: Andre Roberts was brought in to be the No. 2 receiver but the surprise availability and acquisition of DeSean Jackson has changed that. How productive will be be in his new role?
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed recently was named to NFL.com's ‘Making the Leap' list, a group of 25 players expected to enjoy a break out season in 2014.
As a guest on Redskins Nation Tarik El-Bashir discussed what type of role tight end Jordan Reed will have during this up coming season.
30 Questions: Jordan Reed enjoyed a solid breakout season in 2013. Can he take the next step and make a Pro Bowl appearance this year?
30 Questions: The Redskins have acquired some top-notch receiving talent but they also have a talented running back in Alfred Morris. Will the run be a big part of the offense?