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Reed (hamstring) will not play Sunday against the 49ers.
This does not come as a huge surprise after Reed was unable to practice all week. Niles Paul will presumably take Reed's place as the starter Sunday, with Logan Paulsen available as the top backup.
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Reed (hamstring) did not practice Friday, ESPN's John Keim reports.
Reed's chances of playing Sunday against the 49ers are looking increasingly dim after a full week of missed practice. Niles Paul would likely start at tight end if Reed is unable to play.
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Reed (hamstring) remained out of practice Thursday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
More on Reed's Week 12 status no later than Friday, but Thursday's missed practice session does not bode well for the tight end's prospects of suiting up Sunday against the 49ers. Niles Paul is next up for tight end looks in the Washington offense in the event that Reed is out or limited at all this weekend.
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Reed (hamstring) didn't participate in practice Wednesday.
Reed, who previously missed four games this season due to a strained left hamstring, strained his right hamstring in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers. The severity of the current concern is unclear, but his listing on the final injury report of the week will ultimately forecast his availability Sunday at San Francisco.
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Reed (straingewd right hamstring) is listed day-to-day, the Washington Post reports.
Reed strained his left hamstring and missed four games, though this injury doesn't sound as serious at the moment.
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Reed suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers. He finished with two receptions for 22 yards on three targets.
Coach Jay Gruden announced the injury after the game, but didn't have any specifics about the nature of the injury or how much time Reed might miss. Niles Paul would likely start at tight end next week against the 49ers if Reed can't play.
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Reed was quiet Sunday recording one catch for 17 yards.
He caught his only target which didn't come until late in the game. This was RGIII's first game since Week 2 which could have contributed to Reed's lack of production. Expect him to be more involved as RGIII knocks off the rust.
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Reed caught 7-of-7 targets for 40 yards in Monday's 20-17 overtime win over the Cowboys.
Reed caught three passes for 21 yards on the Redskins' lone overtime drive, after recording just four receptions for 19 yards in regulation. While this wasn't an especially encouraging performance, Reed equaled or surpassed Pierre Garcon's targets total for a third straight week, as the wideout's role has dropped off significantly from last season. With 24 targets and 20 receptions over the last three games, Reed seems to be headed for a strong second half of the season, if he can finally manage to stay healthy.
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Reed caught five passes (on six targets) for 54 yards in Sunday's game against the Titans.
Reed was once again a steady figure in the Redskins' offense, as he tied for the team lead in both targets and receptions. While fellow tight end Niles Paul out-gained him with two catches for 58 yards, Reed being healthy presents intriguing mid-season value for fantasy owners.
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Reed (hamstring) caught eight passes on 11 targets for 92 yards in Sunday's loss at Arizona.
Reed played for the first time since Week 1, and was more than productive, showing off his impressive athleticism. He was winded at times, needing a blow on the sideline after several different catches, but that's not a big surprise given his long layoff. In any event, Washington wasn't afraid to use him, as they often lined him out wide and put him in motion too. Meanwhile, Niles Paul, who was productive in Reed's absence, was held to just one catch on two targets for seven yards. It appears as though Reed will receive most of the pass catching work at TE, assuming he can stay healthy.