Washington Redskins’ lose two for season, Jordan Reed did not practice

Nov 17, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed (86) before the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports

The Washington Redskins are having themselves a very disappointing 2013 season after winning the NFC East last year.

With the team sitting at 3-9 on the year, they can go ahead and play the role of spoiler for those who are looking to get into the playoffs with just four games left.

This Sunday they’re preparing themselves for Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs on their home turf. It’ll be a tough game, but they could make some huge noise in the league if they’re able to knock off the second best team in the AFC.

So while the team is getting themselves ready, they made a couple roster moves which may result in some practice squad signings.

First guy up is defensive end Stephen Bowen who was placed on the injured reserve last week. Bowen underwent microfracture surgery on Tuesday night and will be out for six months. He’s pushing to be ready for training camp.

Offensive guard Maurice Hurt was placed on the injured reserve, which will end his season. He began the year on the physically unable to perform list after he had his knee scoped back in May. Hurt should be able to return next year to compete for a roster spot.

Rookie tight end Jordan Reed did not practice Wednesday after suffering a set back on Sunday. He has until Friday to get cleared, but that may not happen.

Topics: Jordan Reed, Maurice Hunt, Stephen Bowen, Washington Redskins

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