When Jordan Reed opened training camp on the PUP list, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said there wasn't much to worry about.
After five days of training camp, now Reed is traveling to Charlotte to see foot and toe specialist Dr. Robert Anderson for a scheduled visit.
The news might be alarming for Redskins fans, as Gruden suggested no timetable for Reed's return.
Visiting a specialist does not necessarily mean an injury is serious, especially as the visit was scheduled.
It's possible Reed and the team just want to get clearance from an expert before the star tight end returns to practice. But it could also mean things aren't improving.
Watching training camp, Reed has been around. Running a little bit at times, lifting weights and hanging out with his teammates.
On Monday, Reed was spotted with his left knee wrapped up on the sideline during team drills. Redskins PR later revealed that Reed was icing down his knee after a workout.
For some players of Reed's caliber, opening up on the PUP list would not be considered serious.
Reed, however, has missed 20 games in four seasons and dealt with a collection of injuries in his time in Washington.
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