Commanders Tight End Suffers Achilles Injury; Season In Jeopardy

Washington Commanders tight end Armani Rogers recently suffered a non-contact Achilles injury during organized team activities.

The severity of the injury is currently unknown, and there is no definitive timeline for his return. Non-contact injuries are typically concerning, and there is a possibility that Rogers may be facing a season-ending Achilles injury.

Rogers, a 25-year-old player, made his NFL debut with the Washington team in 2022. Although his role was limited, he managed to catch five receptions for a total of 64 yards in 11 games, starting three of them.

Prior to the injury, Rogers was expected to compete for a backup tight end position behind Logan Thomas and John Bates.

It is crucial to await further updates on Rogers' condition to determine the full extent of the injury and his recovery timeline.

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