Jordan Reed is seeing Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte. No setbacks with his toe, but the evaluation w foot specialist is notable.— Nora Princiotti (@NoraPrinciotti) August 1, 2017
Jordan Reed was a surprise name added to the PUP list before training camp started with a big toe injury that had not previously been reported. Reed has been at camp over the last week working off to the side with trainers and other injured players. At today’s presser, Jay Gruden said that Reed was visiting a foot specialist(Dr. Robert Anderson). The Redskins say this appointment was merely a checkup, and that there have been no setbacks in his recovery and return to the field.
Jordan Reed is one of the most important pieces of the Redskins offense, and it moves through him according to Jay Gruden. The Redskins should be extra cautious with any injury to one of their star players, especially during training camp. Reed has looked fine in several videos posted from camp, but until he is 100% cleared, there is no reason to rush him back onto the practice field.
Watch this one-handed grab by Jordan Reed on #Redskins injury/workout field. @1067theFan pic.twitter.com/4r9KntF47q— Chris Russell (@Russellmania621) July 31, 2017
Jordan Reed back at #redskins camp. No brace and no limp pic.twitter.com/kPqawq9vGb— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayCSN) August 1, 2017