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Reed (hamstring) will have to practice at least once by Friday in order to be cleared to play Sunday against the Eagles.

Reed missed the Redskins' blowout win over the Jaguars in Week 2 while continuing to nurse a hamstring injury. At the moment, he's considered questionable to return in Week 3, but his practice involvement will dictate whether he's made available to play against the Eagles. As such, expect Reed's status to be updated throughout this week.

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Reed (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.

Reed was not expected to play Sunday, but the Redskins' injury report confirms that he will sit out as a result of the hamstring injury he suffered last week. Logan Paulsen will likely take Reed's spot in the starting lineup, but Niles Paul -- who caught four passes for 86 yards last week -- is the best bet to make a fantasy impact in Reed's absence.

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Reed (hamstring) did not practice Thursday and is doubtful to play this weekend, the Washington Post reports.

Reed is not expected to play this weekend and may miss more time. Niles Paul and Logan Paulson will share snaps.

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Reed has "very little" chance of suiting up Sunday against the Jaguars, according to coach Jay Gruden, the Washington Post reports. "He didn't do anything today, still pretty sore, so we'll have to continue to monitor him and see what he can do tomorrow, the next day and keep moving forward," Gruden said.

However, Gruden proceeded to call Reed's injury of the "week to week" variety, which all but rules out the tight end for Week 2. While Reed's ultimate availability should be known by the release of Friday's injury report, Niles Paul and Logan Paulsen will handle TE duties in the meantime. If the regular season opener was any indication, Robert Griffin favored Paul (four catches for 86 yards in Week 1) over Paulsen (two receptions for no yards).

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Reed (hamstring) didn't take part in practice Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.

Reed entered Week 1 with a sprained thumb and emerge with a hamstring injury, which coach Jay Gruden suggested could sideline the tight end for "some time." If the preceding comes to fruition, Niles Paul (four catches for 86 yards in Week 1) and Niles Paul (two receptions for no yards) will cover Reed's assignments in the meantime.

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While coach Jay Gruden suggested that Reed suffered a mild hamstring injury Sunday, he also noted that it "could be some time" before the tight end returns.

Per the team's depth chart, next up for the team's TE targets are Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul, with Paul coming off a four-catch, 86-yard effort Sunday against the Texans and Paulsen having recorded two catches for zero yards in Week 1.

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The team is concerned Reed (hamstring) will be out a few weeks, the Washington Post reports. He will undergo an MRI to determine the extent of the injury.

Reed injured his hamstring in the first quarter of Week 1 and did not return. Expect Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul to fill in.

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Reed (hamstring) will undergo an MRI to help determine the extent of his Week 1 injury, The Washington Post reports.

Reed was forced out of the Redskins' regular season opener with a hamstring injury suffered during the first half Sunday and did not return afterward. With his status currently uncertain, Reed will undergo further testing to determine his timetable moving forward. However, for a player that featured in just nine games during an injury-plagued rookie season last year, Reed already being on the mend is somewhat concerning for Washington's offense and fantasy owners alike.

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Reed suffered a hamstring injury during Sunday's regular season opener against the Texans and is listed as questionable to return, ESPN.com reports.

Reed entered Sunday's game with a sprained thumb, but ultimately was able to suit up before enduring a hamstring issue. The tight end caught one pass for four yards prior to exiting Sunday's contest. After being limited to just nine games as a rookie due to injuries, Reed will be replaced by Logan Paulsen at tight end for the Redskins.

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Reed (thumb) is active Sunday at Houston.

Reed is looking to bounce back from an abbreviated rookie campaign in which he racked up 45 catches (on 60 targets) for 499 yards and three touchdowns across nine games.