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Ed Reed may not be ready to face Ravens in Week 3

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05:56 PM ET 06.05 | Safety Ed Reed thoroughly enjoyed being with his former Ravens teammates for the first time since winning the Super Bowl and signing with the Houston Texans. But he may not see them again, at least on the field, when the Texans play the Ravens in Week 3. Reed, who underwent a hip procedure this offseason after signing with Houston, said he???s going to take his time returning. ???I plan on being back for Week 1,??? Reed said after visiting the White House. ???But as you???ve known me for the longest time, I???m going to be smart about my injuries and make sure I???m there for the later part of the season when the team really needs me.??? Houston Texans Owner Bob McNair said Reed may not be ready until ???the middle??? of training camp. But it could be longer than that considering it???s a serious injury and Reed is 34 years old.

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June 5, 2013  07:14 PM ET

Not only that ,but shamming also.

June 5, 2013  08:29 PM ET
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Reed is one ugly mug.

Thats what it takes to be the best safety..... Ugly and fierced!!

June 5, 2013  09:38 PM ET
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Reed is one ugly mug.

He's now the most famous homeless guy in Houston

June 6, 2013  12:36 AM ET

Those pesky hips. If he was a horse they'd have shot him by now.

June 6, 2013  07:04 AM ET

It's a serious injury and this is the first it been posted here that I know of unless I missed the surgery post back when it happened. I guess unless it involves the Jets the interns don't care.

June 6, 2013  07:06 AM ET
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He's now the most famous homeless guy in Houston

I thought that was Enron's former Chairmen???



Oh, famous not infamous!

June 6, 2013  09:56 AM ET

This move may not work out too good for the Texans. His skills are diminishing; he's injury prone; and he's getting old for the NFL. I think they should have made a stronger play to keep Quinn; he's younger; he's good; and keeps improving every year.

 
June 6, 2013  12:52 PM ET

Dude looks like a homeless man... But seriously, Reed is injured? REED IS ALWAYS INJURED!

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