The Washington Football Team suffered another offensive blow when their starting tight end and former Virginia Tech Hokies QB, Logan Thomas, was placed on injured reserve.
We have placed TE Logan Thomas on the Reserve/Injured List pic.twitter.com/QZbxljsCV9— Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) October 6, 2021
Last week Thomas suffered a hamstring injury during the first quarter of Washington’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. In the first three games of the season, before his injury, Logan had 12 receptions for 117 yards and two touchdowns. Known for his ability to read defenses and being the go-to redzone option the Washington Football team is sure to feel his absence. Last year Thomas caught 72 passes and six touchdowns, after only catching ten passes with the Detroit Lions the year prior. During his time at Virginia Tech Logan Thomas started out backing up Tyrod Taylor, another Hokie in the NFL on injured reserve. From 2011-2013 Thomas was the Hokies’ starting QB, finishing his career with 9,003 passing yards, 52 TDs and 39 INTs. On the ground he would add 1,359 yards and 24 touchdowns. In 2011 Thomas led the Hokies to an 11-3 record and an appearance in the Sugar Bowl. Logan Thomas is expected to be on injured reserve for four weeks. Hopefully, Thomas heals swiftly and surely! Best of luck, sir! Go Hokies (in the NFL)!