Two weeks ago, tight end Jordan Reed collected nine passes for 73 yards and two touchdowns against the Cleveland Browns. Since then, the jersey he wore on that first Sunday in October was shipped to Canton, Ohio, and, on Tuesday, was placed in a display case inside the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Reed's second touchdown catch ended up being his 200th career reception, becoming the fastest tight end in NFL history to reach that mark. Reed earned the achievement in just 38 games after Kellen Winslow Sr. held the record in 39 games.
"It feels amazing because I look up to a player like Kellen Winslow," Reed said at the time. "Just to know that I beat one of his records is a great feeling. I owe everything to god and I'm just really appreciative of God."
Naturally, that deserves some recognition, which Reed will now have for a while on exhibition.
As for the tight end's health, head coach Jay Gruden said on Monday that Reed, who suffered a concussion against the Ravens in Week 5, will see another independent doctor on Tuesday.