Robert Griffin III, which reached it's peak in Week 7 and Week 8 when Reed totaled 17 receptions for 224 yards and a touchdown against the Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos. Now that offseason work is ramping up, with Reed and Griffin both at full strength, it's safe to expect the two to recapture and perhaps build on their chemistry from 2013.
Concussion issues have derailed more than one NFL career, and Reed's optimism can be expected at this point. The bigger concern, for the team in particular, is Reed's suggestion he wasn't completely honest about the symptoms he was experiencing after last year's concussion. Thankfully he never made it to game day after originally being injured, and hopefully Reed learned a lesson if he ever suffers another head injury.
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