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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston



    Well, Ed Reed was always a man of mystery. Houston will be gearing up for their annual take down of the Bengals in the wild card round of the playoffs and they'll still be looking for Reed.
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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by jonboy79 View Post
    YUP, the real question is, does Ed Reed even play one single game in a Texans niform? Or does He Leon Searcy the Texans?
    I don't think he pulls a Searcy, but he won't play until he's 100% so who knows when that will be. I am absolutely of the belief that he does only one year there and calls it a career. Something tells me his heart won't be in it.


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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by camdenyard View Post
    I don't think he pulls a Searcy, but he won't play until he's 100% so who knows when that will be. I am absolutely of the belief that he does only one year there and calls it a career. Something tells me his heart won't be in it.
    Would've been so much nicer for him to call it quits with Ray. Retire as a Raven, save his health for post-career. Oh well, hope he stays healthy enough to walk out in pretty good shape.
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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by camdenyard View Post
    I don't think he pulls a Searcy, but he won't play until he's 100% so who knows when that will be. I am absolutely of the belief that he does only one year there and calls it a career. Something tells me his heart won't be in it.
    i was going to write the same thing




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    No problem with him getting that last payday but it would've been nice if he had gone out as a Raven with Ray.
    Also no problem if he goes on IR and takes their guaranteed money.
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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Texans are still in the dark about Ed

    http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/2222/ed-reed

    According to the Houston Chronicle, "nobody has any clue" when new Texans FS Ed Reed (hip surgery) will be healthy and ready to play.

    Despite optimism from Houston's front office, pretty much all signs point toward Reed being damaged goods. It appears the Texans were #Ozzied. Reed himself has been wholly noncommittal on his return timetable. Turning 35 in September, there's a legitimate chance Reed is the Texans' next version of Ahman Green




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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    WOW I thought this thread was old, so it looks like Mike Pringle's brother works at Rotoworld. I still don't like hearing someone bad mouthing future HOF Ed Reed, but I hope Ed is OK from all the punishment he took those years playing with the Ravens.


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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    Texans are still in the dark about Ed

    http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/2222/ed-reed
    Ravens fans knew this was coming. Reed has been playing hurt for awhile.


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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Houston fans are having a mixed reaction...most say it doesn't matter as long as he's healthy for the playoffs. Other say they signed another veteran who won't live up to their contract.

    http://www.texanstalk.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=100505




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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    If local sports talk radio is any indicator, lots of Texans fans are pissed.

    I don't blame them either. Reed went from saying he's be ready for camp, to ready for week one, to missing A game to now possibly missing multiple games.

    The ones that are saying "as long as he's ready for the playoffs" are kidding themselves. One, he won't be football ready. Two, that's a dreadful investment on their part.
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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Reed will end up on PUP. He'll come back mid way and be effective. We saw the exact same thing happen here. I wouldn't pay that kind of money for a player like that but I doubt this will be like Tony Boselli or Ahman Green was for the Texans.
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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    I'll say it again: Ed Reed picked the Texans....................pockets.
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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    No problem with him getting that last payday but it would've been nice if he had gone out as a Raven with Ray.
    Also no problem if he goes on IR and takes their guaranteed money.
    I've wondered if possibly Ed did not want to do that. His career he has been spoken of as the best to play the position, but it's always been Ray's Team, Ray's Defense, Ray's the general, etc. I know Ed is not the type to really want a ton of attention, but I wonder would he really want to share his HOF induction with Ray too? Might that have been part of the reason for his signing elsewhere even if he knew or at least highly suspected he wouldn't be ready to play?




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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by BPF2 View Post
    I've wondered if possibly Ed did not want to do that. His career he has been spoken of as the best to play the position, but it's always been Ray's Team, Ray's Defense, Ray's the general, etc. I know Ed is not the type to really want a ton of attention, but I wonder would he really want to share his HOF induction with Ray too? Might that have been part of the reason for his signing elsewhere even if he knew or at least highly suspected he wouldn't be ready to play?
    I love Ed, but with him, you never know.
    Maybe Ed doubted his ability to even perform at his "age 30+" level of play. Since the neck, shoulder and hip problems, that is. And if he was also thinking about his on-field legacy this spring then maybe he thought it best to get out of [this] town with his still preserved. Doesn't really explain why he just didn't retire though, so maybe you're on to something BPF2.
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    Re: Ed Reed to Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    I'll say it again: Ed Reed picked the Texans....................pockets.
    LOL! Very true
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