With the emergence of rookie tight end Jordan Reed as a viable threat, the Washington Redskins are actively trying to trade Fred Davis, according to multiple reports.
When the Redskins used their third-round pick in April’s draft on tight end Jordan Reed, many observers figured that the kid was Fred Davis insurance. They were wrong.
The Washington Redskins’ early bye week is coming at the right time for three tight ends battling injuries.
The Washington Redskins may be thin at tight end this weekend as they search for their first win of the season against the Oakland Raiders.
In his NFL debut performance, Washington Redskins rookie tight end Jordan Reed went 0 for 3.
As the Redskins head into year four of the Mike Shanahan regime, it’s easier to notice depth throughout the entire roster on either side of the ball, perhaps even too much depth could bring some heated position battles at Training Camp next month.
The Redskins made the surprise of the third round by selecting Jordan Reed with 85th overall pick. Although Reed was a tight end throughout his time as a Gator, he had to learn the position after being recruited as a quarterback, and as he told Holden and Danny Monday, he learned by watching the best.
The Redskins drafted seven players in the 2013 NFL Draft, which concluded on Saturday. Washington’s haul featured a pair of safeties and two running backs.
The Redskins made two picks to begin their 2013 draft on Friday night, selecting cornerback David Amerson and tight end Jordan Reed in the second and third round respectively
The Redskins have selected tight end Jordan Reed out of Florida with the 85th selection in the 2013 NFL Draft.