Jordan Reed didn’t practice with his teammates during the final day of Redskins training camp on Sunday, but he thinks he’ll be back in drills with them soon.
Reed worked on a side field while wearing new cleats fitted with orthotics to protect the injured toe that led the team to place him on the physically unable to perform list at the start of camp. After the workout, Reed said that he’s looking at next week as a target for a return to practice.
Reed said the toe "feels great." Reed added he's making sure he can do everything in his power to make sure the toe is comfortable when he's back on the field. The story added given Reed's injury history, it wouldn't be shocking if the team just waited until the regular season to put Reed back on the field.