Over the past week, it seemed like Jayden Reed was going to require some time to recover. Surprisingly, the Green Bay Packers may have their highly anticipated rookie wide receiver after all.
The Packers are gearing up to welcome the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football in a prime time event that will give a national audience a chance to see Jordan Love and his team prove themselves against a major challenge. With Reed’s recent practice status, the Packers were hopeful that he would be ready.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Reed had suffered a chest injury during the Packers’ game against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 12. Although Reed played through the injury, he missed most of this week’s practice before finally participating in a limited capacity in the team’s final practice on Friday.
Reed started the week with an official injury designation of “questionable.”
Reed was the second-round pick of the Packers in this year’s NFL Draft at No. 50 overall out of Western Michigan. His rapid rise through the depth chart has made him arguably the team’s most reliable receiver this season.
In his NFL career, Reed has tallied 36 catches for 497 yards and 5 touchdowns in 11 games.
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