Dec 14 update: There’s some bad news out of Washington. After further examination of his knee, it turns out tight end Logan Thomas did in fact tear his ACL, per Adam Schefter. He’s done for the year and it will take a lot of work to have even a chance of being available for Week 1 of the 2022 season. He’s likely going to open next season on the PUP list.
UPDATE: Thomas didn’t tear his ACL and MCL like first thought, but the extent of the injury is still up in the air. We’ll need more information, but he appears to have avoided a long term injury.
Good news for the Washington Football Team, perhaps: TE Logan Thomas’s MRI came back better than expected, per coach Ron Rivera. They do not indicate he tore his ACL as the original tests indicated. There is damage, but perhaps he’ll play again this season. More tests coming.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 6, 2021
UPDATE: It appears the worst has come to fruition, as Washington tight end Logan Thomas has reportedly torn his ACL and MCL in Week 13, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Ricky Seals-Jones will take back the No. 1 tight end job moving forward.
UPDATE: Logan Thomas has quickly been downgraded to out for the rest of this game.
Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas when he was blocked low in the knee area. He stayed on the ground for a long time, but was able to limp off on his own power. He is being evaluated now.
His main backup, Ricky Seals-Jones is out with a hip injury. That leaves Jon Bates as the starter right now. Seals-Jones was able to practice this week, so could be ready to next week if Thomas misses any time.
Thomas had three receptions for 48 yards and one touchdown and just recently came off of injured reserve from a hamstring injury. Hopefully it isn’t a season ending injury.