Sources: Jordan Reed out for Redskins against 49ers
The Redskins rookie tight end will be sidelined on Monday night, but expect him back in Week 13.
Jordan Reed has caught 45 passes for 499 yards.
Tommy Gilligan / USA TODAY Sports
By Ross Jones
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III's second-favorite target will be out Monday night against the 49ers.
Jordan Reed, who has been dealing with concussion-like symptoms, will be sidelined but should return to action in Week 13 against the Giants, two sources confirmed to FOXSports.com. ESPN first reported the news.
Reed sustained the concussion last week in a loss to the Eagles and hadn't participated in practice all week.
The Redskins will turn to veteran Fred Davis, who hasn't been in the lineup since Oct. 13 against the Cowboys. Reed has been one of the few bright spots on the Redskins offense as he leads all rookies with 499 receiving yards and 45 receptions.