Former Washington Football Team tight end and one-time Pro Bowler Jordan Reed has retired from football at the age of 30 years old. The Washington Football...
by: Bryan Manning — USA Today: Washington Football Wire 16m
One day after former Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith announced his retirement, one of his ex-teammates did the same. Jordan Reed, a third-round draft choice by Washington back in 20…
by: Donnavan Smoot — Sports Illustrated: Fan Nation 1h
Even with an improved record, Vegas doesn't see Washington repeating.
by: Ethan Cadeaux — NBC Sports Washington 1h
Jordan Reed is retiring after eight years in the NFL.
by: Les Carpenter — Washington Post 2h
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by: John Keim, ESPN Staff Writer — NFL Nation: Washington Redskins 3h
The 2005 No. 1 overall pick was cut, traded, injured and benched over his 16 seasons. He handled it all like a pro, earning respect at every stop.
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If Washington wants to address needs along the offensive line, Matich has options in the first-round and beyond.
by: Sportsnaut — Sportsnaut 10h
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by: Wendi Oliveros — The Cold Wire 14h
The NFL's 2020 Comeback Player of the Year and former first overall draft pick in 2005, Alex Smith, is retiring.
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Alex Smith, reigning Comeback Player of the Year, announced his retirement after 14 seasons in the NFL.
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Former Washington TE Jordan Reed is retiring, source confirms. Career plagued by concussions/injuries, but damn was he a fun receiving threat when healthy. Pro Bowler in 2016 here. Resurfaced with 49ers last season. Best of luck to a very nice guy. @RapSheet 1st.Beat Writer / Columnist
When he was healthy, he was so, so good.Former Pro Bowl TE Jordan Reed is retiring, sources say. A 2013 3rd-round pick by the Washington Football Team, Reed emerged as one of the game’s best receiving TEs before battling injuries. His improbable comeback with #49ers last season allowed him to walk away with no regrets.Beat Writer / Columnist
Tremendous player that never got the chance to fully show the league what he was capable of. Learned a ton about football from watching the way he was used. That crossover move on choice routes was deadly, nobody could cover it.Former Pro Bowl TE Jordan Reed is retiring, sources say. A 2013 3rd-round pick by the Washington Football Team, Reed emerged as one of the game’s best receiving TEs before battling injuries. His improbable comeback with #49ers last season allowed him to walk away with no regrets.Beat Writer / Columnist
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