Starting WR for Michigan State battling injuries throughout fall camp
Apparently Michigan State WR Jayden Reed has been dealing with injuries as of late. At least that’s what QB Katin Houser stated in a recent interview according to Chris Solari of the Detroit Free Press.
While Houser revealed that Reed has been missing some time due to his injuries, he also noted that Reed returned to practice on Thursday. This has been a problem for Reed throughout the month of August, according to Houser.
QB Katin Houser says WR Jayden Reed has been “in and out with injuries” this month but is back practicing for MSU.
— Chris Solari (@chrissolari) August 18, 2022
The good news is that Reed is back at practice. Michigan State will need him after Jalen Nailor got selected in the 6th of the 2022 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.
Reed had 1,026 yards receiving last season, which led the Spartans’. He also led the team in receiving touchdowns (10). Hopefully these injuries will stay at a minimum, because Michigan State is going to need Reed this season.