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Washington has released Jordan Reed

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hope his concussion history doesn't wreak havoc on the rest of his life.  Serious damage.

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4 hours ago, Dcat said:

hope his concussion history doesn't wreak havoc on the rest of his life.  Serious damage.

 

Yeah he was STILL "in the protocol" up until a few days ago I believe.  The dude's gotta hang 'em up.

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So, I should probably drop him in my dynasty league... 

 

Concussion effect can often last a year, we see that with patients in motor vehicle accidents. He could be back next season but as a TE he's on the older side. I'm not sure who'd take a chance on him. 

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22 hours ago, 1fastdoc said:

So, I should probably drop him in my dynasty league... 

 

Concussion effect can often last a year, we see that with patients in motor vehicle accidents. He could be back next season but as a TE he's on the older side. I'm not sure who'd take a chance on him. 

 

Patriots?

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10 hours ago, darin3 said:

 

Patriots?

 

There are several teams that would be intriguing with Patriots being one of them.  Since no team will be willing to pay him much, he'll likely be able to pick a team that is a contender and that will feature him in the receiving game.  He has made a lot of money in his career so he isn't going to choose a bad situation just to get a little extra coin.  And he must covet the opportunity to play on a team that has a chance to win the Super Bowl after playing for the hapless Redskins for his entire career.  It's unlikely I'll invest a draft pick on him in redraft but I wouldn't kick him to the curb if I already owned him on my dynasty team.  He was still playing at an elite level the last time he played.

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On 2/24/2020 at 8:27 PM, michaelredd9 said:

 

There are several teams that would be intriguing with Patriots being one of them.  Since no team will be willing to pay him much, he'll likely be able to pick a team that is a contender and that will feature him in the receiving game.  He has made a lot of money in his career so he isn't going to choose a bad situation just to get a little extra coin.  And he must covet the opportunity to play on a team that has a chance to win the Super Bowl after playing for the hapless Redskins for his entire career.  It's unlikely I'll invest a draft pick on him in redraft but I wouldn't kick him to the curb if I already owned him on my dynasty team.  He was still playing at an elite level the last time he played.

He might not remember the last time he played. Sad really. I see retirement. He should too. 

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