The Redskins' bill of health continues to improve.
But considering where it was before their stunning Week 9 victory over the Seahawks, the team cannot be healthy enough.
With 50 of the 53 men on the active roster dressed for practice on Wednesday, things are looking up, but that did not stop the organization from trying out players in the hopes of bolstering depth.
Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds turned NFL wide receiver, who holds the NCAA record for rushing touchdowns, was brought in for a tryout on Wednesday and was officially added to the team later in the day.
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With Jamison Crowder not making the tip to Seattle and DeAngelo Hall returning punts for the first time since 2012, adding Reynolds — on the surface — appears to indicate a move to shore up the return game.
But the same reason why Reynolds is being brought in is the same reason he's unlikely to see the field.
With injuries mounting up, the Redskins need to fill holes — major holes — like the offensive and defensive line. It is highly unlikely that the teams makes room on the 53-man roster for a kick returner.
Following a truly historic career at the Naval Academy in which he set a litany of Naval Academy and NCAA records, Reynolds was selected by the Ravens in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. He was among the final cuts before the start of the 2016 season, but was signed to the practice squad. He was then promoted to the active roster for the final game of the season but was inactive for the team's heart-wrenching loss to the Steelers.
Reynolds was once again waived by the Ravens during the final round of roster cuts before the start of the 2017 season.
The Redskins released wide receiver Shakeir Ryan in order to make room on the practice squad.