Not what you want to hear if you're a Redskins fan right now.
Washington is about to kick off a regular season fight for an NFC East title against the Eagles, and with the rest of the division stacking up in the offseason, the competition will be as tough as ever for the Skins.
With that in mind, the team needs the best from all of their players this year, which would require them to be healthy. Unfortunately, it looks like that's not the case for star tight end Jordan Reed, who has been dealing with a toe injury throughout training camp.
However, it sounds like the injury is a bit worse than just a toe issue. It's a broken bone issue.
According to reports, Reed is actually dealing with a fracture toe, which is an entirely different animal than your standard toe injury.
A fractured toe makes it incredibly painful to do many things, including run and jump, which are two of the most important things a tight end/receiver needs to be able to do to succeed in the NFL.
Reed is going to continue to play through the injury, but one awkward fall could either make things worse, or be too painful for him to play through. It's going to be something to watch throughout the year.