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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot



    The reality is that Baltimore might give Reed the biggest offer. If anybody goes over 4 million for Reed, I'd be shocked.
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    I don't think this is a big deal at all. Ed is a pretty honest guy, who just says what he thinks. Ed may like and respect Belichick, but he isn't going to take less money to play for him. Next year is next year. You know Ed is going to play his heart out on Sunday, and that is all I care about.
    This. And if we win, I'd bet dollars to doughnuts Reed retires. His answer to the question he was asked by a Boston reporter, was the obligatory " yeah, I respect their coach, I could see myself playing for him". Yawn
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Seeing Ed Reed as a Patriot won't hurt any more or any less than when we had to see Todd Heap in a Cardinals uniform.




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    The reality is that Baltimore might give Reed the biggest offer. If anybody goes over 4 million for Reed, I'd be shocked.
    If our offer is the highest, he will stay a Raven.

    But I seriously, seriously doubt ours will be.
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Cardinals <<<<<<< Patriots

    If you had to make a list of teams you never want to see a guy play for...

    1. Steelers
    2. Patriots
    3. Bengals/Browns
    4. Jets
    5. Redskins
    6. Titans
    7. Colts?

    Quote Originally Posted by SykesvilleRavensFan View Post
    Seeing Ed Reed as a Patriot won't hurt any more or any less than when we had to see Todd Heap in a Cardinals uniform.
    That aside...if the Ravens cut a guy or do not offer him a contract, I have no qualms seeing him play elsewhere, because we didn't want him
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    This. And if we win, I'd bet dollars to doughnuts Reed retires. His answer to the question he was asked by a Boston reporter, was the obligatory " yeah, I respect their coach, I could see myself playing for him". Yawn
    I despise the media and their 'loaded gun' questions. They take answers out of context and throw out their next sensational story. Journalists today make the National Enquirer look credible.




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    More crap from PFT.

    The story does not support the headline.

    A reporter ask could you see yourself play for coach Belichick? "“Yeah, oh yeah man,” said Reed, per the Boston Herald. “I could definitely play for coach Belichick."

    Very different from Reed saying he could see himself as Patriot. Just giving respect to Coach Beichick.

    Nothing to see here.
    OH wait, I think everyone misunderstood...read it again...
    IS Belichick COMING HERE??? Maybe Pees is going to retire. So, Belichick will come HERE to coach the DEFENSE.
    Ok, see...




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by SykesvilleRavensFan View Post
    Seeing Ed Reed as a Patriot won't hurt any more or any less than when we had to see Todd Heap in a Cardinals uniform.
    Strongly disagree.




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    I still say the Ed will either re-sign with the Ravens or will play out the remainder of his career with the Colts. The Colts have the cap room to pay him, he loves Pagano, and if the Ravens win on Sunday, he will already have his ring.




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    I just lost some respect for Reed and threw up in my mouth a little. Anyone who gushes over a coach who has been busted cheating and had it all swept under the rug, well i just can't give my respect to that person.

    If he became a cheatriot i would have to bury my Reed jersey.

    Worry about Sun first before you go hugging belicheats balls Ed.




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens27Girl View Post
    I despise the media and their 'loaded gun' questions. They take answers out of context and throw out their next sensational story. Journalists today make the National Enquirer look credible.
    The worse part, to me. Is the idiots who fall for it, day after day after day, and I am not talking about the sports world. The entire media is guilty of it.
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    More crap from PFT.
    1. Take a different outlet's story.
    2. Summarize in facile manner and top it off with trolling headline.
    3. PROFIT




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by myfavoriteboxer View Post
    1. Take a different outlet's story.
    2. Summarize in facile manner and top it off with trolling headline.
    3. Get to a message board to get the most clicks possible.
    4. PROFIT


    EDIT: BTW- I am not knocking the OP for posting this, I get why he/she did. Just PFT bothers me for much of the same reason Ray Lewis is a "juicer" for gnawing on some deer antler...
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    I still say the Ed will either re-sign with the Ravens or will play out the remainder of his career with the Colts. The Colts have the cap room to pay him, he loves Pagano, and if the Ravens win on Sunday, he will already have his ring.
    Ed will follow the money. If the Jaguars or Raiders offer him the most he'll jump all over it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post


    EDIT: BTW- I am not knocking the OP for posting this, I get why he/she did. Just PFT bothers me for much of the same reason Ray Lewis is a "juicer" for gnawing on some deer antler...
    I agree. They just seem to spin stories to fit their agenda


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