After missing the first few plays of the Redskins first drive, Jordan Reed entered the game and immediately made an impact.
That was short lived, however, as the Redskins star tight end got injured early in the second quarter. Reed jumped for a ball from Kirk Cousins in the end zone and landed hard on his left shoulder. Once he hit the ground, he stayed down, rolling in pain.
Washington medical staff quickly ran out to attend to Reed and eventually walked him into the locker room.
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He was taken to the locker room and the team announced that he is questionable to return.
Reed missed two games earlier this season with a concussion, and Vernon Davis stepped in well in Reed's absence.
On the game, Reed had caught two balls for 15 yards against the Cowboys.
Redskins TE Jordan Reed with sling on left arm now.— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) November 24, 2016
UPDATE 24 November 2016, 6:29 p.m.
Reed returned for the Redskins on the first drive of the third quarter. Redskins PR announced that the tight end suffered a shoulder sprain.