Redskins' Jordan Reed: Range of motion in shoulder remains limited

Reed, who is dealing with a Grade 3 AC joint separation in his left shoulder, estimates that his range of motion at this stage is around 30 percent.

The report notes with regard to his chances of playing Sunday against the Cardinals, that the tight end -- who did not practice Monday -- will be monitored day-by-day this week. Moreover, Reed acknowledged that he'll likely have to play through some level of pain the rest of the season. "Just gotta ice it, keep the range of motion up, keep the mobility going," Reed noted Monday. "Don't rest it too much because of the pain and try to get through it a little bit."

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