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Where ex-Texan Reed may land

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07:23 AM ET 11.13 | Having reportedly earned more than $5 million this season, Ed Reed can probably afford to play on the cheap the rest of the way. In the competitive disadvantage stage of his career, Reed is no sure bet to be claimed this week. In fact, it's quite possible that he's played his last NFL game. If Reed does manage to latch on with a playoff contender, though, here is a list of potential landing spots: 1. New England Patriots: Reed and Patriots coach Bill Belichick have long formed a mutual admiration society, and the Patriots could use the depth with Steve Gregory injured. 2. New York Jets: Rex Ryan has a soft spot for his former Ravens stars, as evidenced by his reluctance to part with a declining Bart Scott. ... 3. Indianapolis Colts.

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November 13, 2013  07:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

He prolly regrets not retiring

$5 million ? I think NOT !

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November 13, 2013  07:43 AM ET

Seems like the best landing spot for him is the couch!

November 13, 2013  07:53 AM ET
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Seems like the best landing spot for him is the couch!

Sounds about right.

November 13, 2013  07:55 AM ET
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For a future HOF'er? He'd get more for endorsements

True. I think he just wanted to pad his bank account with a couple more million off the Texans.

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November 13, 2013  07:57 AM ET

I thought he would last longer after Hines Ward "retired" with no one to bust him up twice a year...

November 13, 2013  08:03 AM ET

It amazes me how quickly a BMW with 3 flat tires can find its way into another garage...

November 13, 2013  08:07 AM ET
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I thought he would last longer after Hines Ward "retired" with no one to bust him up twice a year...

Nice.

November 13, 2013  08:10 AM ET

He'll clear waivers, sign a 1-day contract with Baltimore, & retire a Raven.

November 13, 2013  08:14 AM ET
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Gotta pay all his kid's mothers

It's cheaper to keep her.

November 13, 2013  08:17 AM ET
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He'll clear waivers, sign a 1-day contract with Baltimore, & retire a Raven.

That's what he SHOULD do.



Because - he's done.

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November 13, 2013  08:28 AM ET
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He'll clear waivers, sign a 1-day contract with Baltimore, & retire a Raven.

Stick a fork in him.

November 13, 2013  08:29 AM ET
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He prolly regrets not retiring

Maybe

In 10 years most fans will forget that he even played for another team after the Super Bowl win.

November 13, 2013  08:33 AM ET
QUOTE(#14):

fixed

You're looking at 20-life then Eli.

November 13, 2013  08:34 AM ET

Lots of expieriance lots of miles on those legs does he have the fire in the belly?

November 13, 2013  08:37 AM ET
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Lots of expieriance lots of miles on those legs does he have the fire in the belly?

If there is a fire in Ed Reed's belly, it may be only "Bubble guts".

 
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