In football, the tight end position is among the most underestimated and undervalued positions. Besides blocking defensive ends and linebackers, wide receivers are also expected to execute routes similar to those of wide receivers. When it comes to offensive playmakers, Washington are fortunate to have a long line of talented tight ends on their roster.



Here is a list of 5 Washington Football Team Best Tight Ends Players Of All-Time

Jerry Smith

One of the most underappreciated players in the history of the National Football League. Smith is without a doubt the finest tight end in club history, having played for the burgundy and gold for the entirety of his 13-year career. Smith redefined the NFL tight end position during his career. At one point in time, his role was redefined from that of blocker to the receiver at the position of tight end.



Don Warren

In terms of sheer athleticism, Davis was one of the greatest ever to play the position. Warren played with the Washington Redskins for the whole 14 years of his career. Despite the fact that he was never named to the Pro Bowl, Warren made a huge impact on the team’s success by playing his part. “Hogs” offensive linemen of the 1980 and 1990s were among his teammates, and he won quite a few games in Washington.

Chris Cooley

During his nine-year tenure with the burgundy and gold, Chris Cooley was a gifted player and beloved by the team’s supporters. Before he became a Pro Bowl tight end, he played for the Skins as a fullback/H-back. Pro Bowl selections in 2007 and 2008 made Cooley a consistent target for Redskins quarterbacks in the 2000s.

Clint Didier

In the passing game, Clint Didier was a danger. From 1982 to 1987, Didier was a member of the Washington Nationals. In the passing game, he was a consistent target for numerous years, helping the Washington Redskins win two Super Bowls. In 1986, he had 34 catches for 691 yards and four touchdowns for the Redskins.

 Jordan Reed

Early in his Redskins career, Reed demonstrated his ability to be a top receiver by being drafted out of Florida in 2013. In a tight end’s physique, he was a wide receiver who could run the route and make great receptions. Reed had his greatest season with the Washington Redskins in 2015 when he caught 87 catches for 952 yards and 11 touchdowns.

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