Redskins CB Norman, TE Reed cleared to travel to London

ASHBURN, VA. (AP) - Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman and tight end Jordan Reed have been cleared to fly with the team to London for its game against the Cincinnati Bengals after dealing with concussions.

Redskins coach Jay Gruden says Thursday it's still not been determined whether either Norman or Reed - two of Washington's most vital players - will be able to play on Sunday.

The team was to make the trip later Thursday and practice in London for the first time on Friday.

Norman was hurt when he hit his helmet on the turf during Washington's 20-17 loss at Detroit on Sunday. Reed has missed the past two games after getting a concussion against Baltimore on Oct. 9. Both practiced Thursday.

Running back Matt Jones missed a second consecutive day of practice because of what Gruden said was an injured knee.

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