Jordan Reed, Rob Kelley both not expected to play for Washington
Washington may be without two of their big offensive weapons for Sunday night’s game against Oakland.
Tight end Jordan Reed and running back Rob Kelley are both not expected to play in the game, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Reed has been bothered by a broken toe since training camp, and his health has only gotten worse. He also suffered a chest injury in Week 2 and was limited in practice during the week. He has 11 catches for 84 yards on the season.
Kelley suffered a rib injury in Week 2 that caused him to leave the game early. He was limited on Wednesday but practiced later in the week, though it sounds like he will not be able to play. Kelley had 12 carries for 78 yards in Washington’s win over the Rams last week.
Samaje Perine and Vernon Davis would likely see big roles if both Reed and Kelley were unavailable to play.