Jordan Reed returned to the practice field for warm ups on Tuesday, according to Mike Jones on Twitter. Reed had missed practice the past three days due to a stomach virus. The sophomore tight end has been impressing teammates in camp, and they are hoping to see him pick up where he left off. In 2013, Reed emerged as a fantasy viable tight end with 45 receptions, 499 yards and three touchdowns in nine games. With a year under his belt, things are only looking up for him.
Reed produced extremely well last year sans the fact he was a rookie. He is still learning a new offense and needs more time to fully develop. Aside from the development, Reed also needs to pace himself. After suffering a concussion last year and being placed on injured reserve, some are worried he's injury prone. Reed gets constant praise from his coaches and teammates, proving there is some major talent there. Reed is a young, developing tight end in a fast-paced offense. He is easily a TE1, and if you're worried about the concussion history, you may want to snatch a backup.