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Washington Redskins star tight finish Jordan Reed has little question he’ll be able to go for the beginning of the common season regardless of a lingering toe damage.

“Under no circumstances,” Reed stated, in response to ESPN’s John Keim, when requested if he was frightened concerning the opener. “I will be again on the market quickly.”

Reed will go to a specialist relating to his damage, and the Redskins stated there was no timetable for his return.

Whereas head coach Jay Gruden shared Reed’s positivity, he opted towards making any ensures.

“From each indication I’ve acquired from the docs and trainers and from Jordan, I really feel he’ll be prepared for the season,” Gruden stated. “However you by no means know, so we’ll nonetheless have to attend and see. Issues are odd every now and then, however I’ve complete religion that he’ll be prepared.”

With the Redskins dropping wideouts DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon in free company, the oft-injured tight finish is Washington’s most established receiving menace, and any missed time might considerably hinder the staff’s offense.