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ASHBURN, Va. -- Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed is being evaluated for a concussion, an injury that puts his status for Sundays game against the Philadelphia Eagles in doubt.Coach Jay Gruden said Reed reported symptoms Tuesday and was in the process of being checked out. Reed did not practice Wednesday and Gruden said his tight end is going through the NFLs concussion protocol. The coach added that Washington is taking the cautious approach.Reed, who has a history of concussions, is Washingtons top offensive target. The 26-year-old has 33 catches for 316 yards and two touchdowns this season.Hes done some great things early in the season already so far for us, wide receiver DeSean Jackson said. Hopefully its not too serious. Hopefully its just protocol and hopefully well have him for Sunday because we definitely need him and he definitely is a big part of what we do. Hopefully hell be all right and ready to go.Gruden said he didnt want to speculate on what the impact of another concussion would mean for Reed until test results come back.He just had some symptoms, it doesnt mean it is a concussion, Gruden said. We just want to make sure we take the right steps.Reed set career highs with 87 catches, 952 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2015 and is in the first season of a $46.75 million, five-year deal. His value to the Redskins cant be overstated.Hes a very talented player, quarterback Kirk Cousins said. Hes shown that. We love to have our best players out on the field with us. But like I said, you understand that its a part of playing in this league that injuries are going to happen.Reed isnt the only Washington player dealing with an injury.Linebacker Sua Cravens was a limited participant in practice Wednesday after he missed the Redskins game at Baltimore with a concussion. Gruden said Cravens got eyeglasses to help in his rehabilitation and left practice early to see a doctor.The second-round pick out of USC was at the center of some unwanted attention after posting on his public Snapchat account that hed have to wear glasses the rest of his life because he had permanent damage and would be unable to track objects without them. Gruden said Cravens now understands what injury information not to post on social media.I dont think he meant anything by it, Gruden said. But it wasnt the right thing to do at that time.Cornerbacks Bashaud Breeland (ankle) and Dashaun Phillips (hamstring) continue to make progress after missing the past two games. 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BEDMINSTER, N.J. -- The United States Golf Association is continuing its plan to hold the 2017 U.S. Womens Open at a New Jersey course owned by Donald Trump.The USGA had no comment on a letter sent to it by three Democratic U.S. senators asked that the event be moved away from Trump National in Bedminster.Richard Blumenthal, of Connecticut, Edward Markey, of Massachusetts, and Bob Casey, of Pennsylvania, made the request in a letter sent Monday, asking USGA executive director Mike Davis to consider suspending further events at properties owned by the Republican presidential candidate because of what they describe as a pattern of degrading and dehumanizing women over decades.The Trump Organization declined comment.USGA spokeswoman Janeen Driscoll said in an email to The Associated Press on Tuesday that the organizations stance on Trump has not changed since it issued a statement a couple of months ago.At the time, the USGA said the Trump has made some remarks during his presidential campaign that are at odds with its belief that golf should be welcoming annd inclusive for all.dddddddddddd The organization has reiterated for more than a year that it does not share his views, and that is still true, the statement read.With the tournament less than a year away, the USGA said its focus is to conduct an excellent championship for the players, the spectators, the fans, and the volunteers.Our position hasnt changed since that time Driscoll wrote. Beyond that, we simply will not comment on politics.Trump was recorded in a 2005 video using vulgar language and apparently boasting of sexual assault. He has been accused of unwanted sexual advances by a group of women this month. He has called them liars and threatened to sue.Bob Menendez, of New Jersey, joined the other senators Tuesday in calling for the event to be moved, but only if the tournament stays in the state.Menendez says he doesnt agree with penalizing people in New Jersey who depend on the jobs that come from hosting the event. ' ' '