In the first quarter of one of the ugliest games of the season, Jordan Reed limped off the field with the help of the Washington medical staff.

Reed got his ankle rolled up on a run play early in the Redskins' Week 14 home game against the Giants before quickly getting to the sideline. Trainers tended to Reed on the bench before taking him to the locker room.

Neither the Redskins or the Giants offense could get anything going in a first quarter that featured more punts than first downs, but New York scored on a pick-six interception from third-string QB Mark Sanchez.

There was no word on if Reed would return to the game, but the former Florida Gator has actually had a healthy season. The game broadcast later reported that Reed was having difficulty putting any weight on his injured ankle. 

He missed all of the Redskins offseason activities after having surgery on both of his feet but hasn't missed a game this year. In 12 games, he has 54 catches for 558 yards and two touchdowns.