The Washington Football Team offense suffered a brutal blow in the first half of Sunday's Week 4 clash in Atlanta, as tight end Logan Thomas was forced to leave the game with a hamstring injury.
Initially ruled questionable to return, Washington declared Thomas out for the rest of the game just minutes later.
Thomas' injury appeared to be non-contact. The tight end was visibly upset as he limped to the sideline, throwing his helmet in frustration.
With Thomas sidelined, Washington's positional depth will be tested. The 30-year-old played 93% of Washington's snaps in 2020, the third-most of any player on the offense. With Sammis Reyes inactive, Washington only has two other tight ends available -- Ricky Seals-Jones and rookie John Bates -- for the rest of Sunday's game.