It's worth noting that Reed caught 45 passes for 499 yards and three touchdowns in nine games last year, becoming a go-to player for Robert Griffin III.
The website notes Reed, who caught 45 passes for 499 yards and three touchdowns in nine games, became a trusted target for Robert Griffin III because of his "wide catch radius" and because he "makes terrific adjustments on the ball."
Washington averaged 37 fewer passing yards without Reed on the field.
Reed went to see another specialist recently, and it was determined he should not play again this season. Head coach Mike Shanahan told reporters the doctor recommended Reed not practice for three weeks, ending his season.
Reed has been unable to practice recently, but the team has not shut him down for the season. Reed has already seen a number of specialists since his concussion. He's missed the past four games due to the injury. With two games left to go, the team could finally shut down Reed based on what the doctors recommend.