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Ed Reed released....should Panthers sign?

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No. Hell no. The answer is absolutely fuggin NO!

 

I live in Houston and made fun of my co-workers that Reed was a desparation signing. He isn't good anymore, he probably isn't healthy, and the Texans haven't won a game since he started playing.

 

I'm taking the Texans to win on Sunday.

 

Fellow Houston Panther fan here!!  I couldn't agree more.  After listening to how Reed has performed all year, I wouldn't want him, unless he wants to come in in a coaching role.  

 

Nice to know I am not the only Panther fan in Houston!!!!

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He will be a New England Patriot.  Can still play and did not decline mentally.

 

Three thoughts...

  •  Hope he plays Monday night for you
  • No he can't still play
  • Of course he didn't decline mentally. He's 37, not 73.

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Some people can never be satisfied with what we have.  The most dominating defense in team history and we are still wanting to add players lol.

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Only if we could get him cheap because he could tutor the young Panthers DBs (Robert Lester) and make them better also we would have another potential hall of famer play for our team

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Can he play WR?

 

 

In all seriousness he's probably better than most of our WRs lol.  He has good hands.

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But I just saw this on NFL Network and knew someone would suggest this...

 

I was all over it last offseason and I was all wrong.

 

Mike Mitchell IS our Ed Reed. He is a star.

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Mitchell > Reed

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