Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he expects tight end Jordan Reed to be available for the season opener at Philadelphia.
"We're quite confident that Jordan will be fine," Gruden said
Reed entered the concussion protocol after a hit in Thursday's preseason win at Atlanta. Reed cant seem to stay healthy despite having a ton of talent. He's 14th on our TE list, but in his last 16 games he has 67 catches for 664 yards and four touchdowns. Those numbers would have beat out Kyle Rudolph as the No. 7 fantasy tight end last season. Reed should see plenty of targets given the state of the Washington receiving corps.