College: Florida | 8 years
Height: 6'2" | Weight: 242 lbs
Birth Date: 7/3/1990
Depth Chart: TE1.2
2020 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 27.2
Avg Pts: 13.60
Rank: 8 TE
|Week 1||3.20||Jordan Reed 12 receiving yds (1.20 pts)|
Jordan Reed 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
|Week 2||24.00||Jordan Reed 50 receiving yds (5.00 pts)|
Jordan Reed 7 receptions (7.00 pts)
Jordan Reed 2 receiving TDs (12.00 pts)
. . . Jordan Reed 18 yd TD pass from Jimmy Garoppolo
. . . Jordan Reed 4 yd TD pass from Jimmy Garoppolo
|Week 3||9.50||4-40yds / 0.3TDs projected|
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
San Francisco 49ers tight end Jordan Reed was the focal point of the team's passing game in Week 2. Reed caught a team-high seven passes on eight targets for 50 yards and two touchdowns. The team's No. 1 tight end George Kittle (knee) returned to practice on a limited basis this week and is currently questionable to play in Week 3. If Kittle plays, Reed is a risky start and probably best to avoid. If Kittle sits again, Reed is a solid low-end starting tight end option. The team's starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) is questionable for the game and if backup Nick Mullens gets the start, all 49ers pass-catchers figure to have a tougher time producing. Don't count on a repeat of Week 2 from Reed if Kittle sits and Mullens is under center, but he should still see enough targets to warrant starting.
San Francisco 49ers TE Jordan Reed caught seven of his eight targets for 50 yards and two touchdowns in a 31-13 win over the New York Jets in Week 2.
Fantasy Spin: With George Kittle sidelined, Reed turned back the clock became a focal point of the passing game. Kittle is expected to return in Week 3, but Reed will have streaming appeal if Kittle's status changes.
San Francisco 49ers tight end Jordan Reed was the top target for quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) in Week 2 against the New York Jets. He caught seven of his team-high eight targets for 50 yards and two touchdowns in the game. Garoppolo left the game after the first half with an ankle injury, otherwise Reed may have had an even bigger game. Reed was filling in as the team's primary tight end with George Kittle (knee) on the sidelines. It was unclear how big of a role Reed would play in Kittle's absence, but now we know what Reed can do in this offense if given the opportunity. If Kittle is out again in Week 3, Reed will certainly be a solid TE1 option.
San Francisco 49ers tight end Jordan Reed admitted that he considered retirement before signing with the team earlier this month. A part of his reason to join the Niners was the desire to reach the Super Bowl and play in the big game. The talented tight end has dealt with many injuries throughout his six-year NFL career, including not playing at all in 2019 with Washington due to a concussion. When able to play close to a full season, Reed has shown incredible potential, as evidence of his 2015 season with Washington where he accumulated 87 receptions, 114 targets, 952 yards, and 11 touchdowns. The 30-year-old will play a backup role to George Kittle this season.
San Francisco 49ers tight end Jordan Reed made his first appearance on the practice field on Tuesday and was showing solid pass-catching and route-running skills. Reed signed with the 49ers on August 9 and had been sitting out practice as he eased back into football activities. Reed missed the entirety of the 2019 season after a suffering a concussion in the preseason. This year, Reed is reuniting with 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan, who was Reed's offensive coordinator his rookie year in Washington. There's little fantasy upside for Reed as long as the team's starting tight end George Kittle is healthy, but it's a no doubt good to see the oft-injured Reed back on the field and making plays. If nothing else, Reed could provide for extra veteran support for quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
San Francisco 49ers TE Jordan Reed participated in his first practice with his new team Tuesday, Aug. 25. 'We wanted to ease him back in today, give him a couple routes in one-on-one, give him a couple plays in team (drills) - not too much,' head coach Kyle Shanahan said. 'When you're not out for a while, you got to go out and get your first practice in, take that monkey off your back.'
Fantasy Spin: Reed isn't likely to hold much fantasy value this season but he would be a must-add waiver target if starter George Kittle were to miss any time. Even with the injuries to the 49ers receiving corps, Reed has a path to consistent usage in the passing game and is worth keeping on your watch list.
San Francisco 49ers WR Jalen Hurd and TE Jordan Reed will be limited in practice Saturday, Aug. 15, because the team wants to ease both players back after they missed the 2019 season.
Updating a previous report, San Francisco TE Jordan Reed signed a one-year, $1.05 million contract. The deal also includes up to $750,000 in playing-time incentives.
Free-agent TE Jordan Reed (Football Team) officially signed a one-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Aug. 9. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Fantasy Spin: Reed has dealt with injuries during his career but has posted solid numbers when healthy. He will be the No. 2 tight end for the 49ers behind George Kittle but should have a decent role in the passing game. Reed probably should be considered a No. 2 fantasy tight end in most leagues.
Free-agent TE Jordan Reed (Washington) reportedly agreed to an incentive-laden, one-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers on Monday, Aug. 3. Financial terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed.
Fantasy Spin: It's obviously not the best fantasy landing spot for Reed given the presence of George Kittle, but it's hard to fault the 49ers for making this move. If/when healthy, Reed and Kittle will be a nightmare for defenses to defend. At the very least, this move cushions a potential absence from Deebo Samuel. Reed figures to begin the season just off the radar in most standard 12-team leagues given his extensive concussion history, but he could move into TE2 territory if he can stay on the field.
Free-agent TE Jordan Reed (Football Team) has drawn interest from the San Francisco 49ers.
Free-agent TE Jordan Reed (Redskins) has three teams interested in signing him, and Reed intends to play in 2020.
Fantasy Spin: It's tough to envision a team putting all of its eggs in the Jordan Reed basket in 2020, but as Ian Rapoport pointed out, this is a low-risk, high-reward signing situation. The veteran is notoriously injury-prone and would likely be added as a situational player, rather than a full-time starter. Given the connection to the Jacksonville Jaguars with now-offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, it's reasonable to assume a possible pairing with fellow marshmallow Tyler Eifert.
Free-agent TE Jordan Reed (Redskins) reiterated that he still wants to continue his NFL career.