Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed didn’t practice Saturday.
But the immediate question and concern surrounds Reed, the second-year tight end. Coach Jay Gruden said there is still a chance he will play Monday against Seattle. He is listed as questionable on the injury report. Washington will work him out Sunday.
"We’ll stretch him out a little bit and if he doesn’t feel he can run full speed, then we’ll hold him out," Gruden said.
Reed said he has not yet tested his injured hamstring by running full speed. Both he and Gruden said there was no setback in his recovery, and the Redskins held him out just to give him another day of rest. With Niles Paul seemingly ready to go after suffering a concussion last week, the Skins may not be in a rush to play Reed. It could be a very cloudy situation if both TEs are active so it may be best to stay away from this situation at least this week.