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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Ed Reed
Tom Brady's recent problems against the Baltimore Ravens came when they still had Ray Lewis and Ed Reed.
Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips believes his scheme with the Texans works just fine, despite what Ed Reed says.
Now with the New York Jets, Reed said in a conference call with the Baltimore media on Wednesday that the Houston defense "is not a good fit for a lot of people who are still down there."
Ed Reed insists Houston Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is doing a poor job, and the safety was released by the team earlier this month because Reed spoke up about it.
Reed missed the Texans' first two games after hip surgery and was recently relegated to a backup role, making just 16 tackles. He was unhappy about not starting and criticized the team for being outplayed and outcoached after the Texans' seventh straight loss last Sunday.
Rex Ryan and Ed Reed have been reunited.
Rex Ryan bolted out of his office the moment he heard Ed Reed was cut.
Reed missed the first two games after offseason hip surgery and was recently relegated to a backup role. On Friday, he expressed his displeasure at not starting, and on Sunday, after Houston's seventh straight loss, he publicly criticized the team and said the Texans were outplayed and outcoached.
Ed Reed tweeted his thanks to the Houston Texans amid reports that the nine-time Pro Bowl safety will be released in what has been a disaster of a season.
Nine-time Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed will be released by the Houston Texans on Tuesday, the latest blow in a disaster of a season.
After 17 seasons and two Super Bowl titles, linebacker Ray Lewis retired. The Ravens allowed Ed Reed to sign with Houston in free agency. In total, eight starters are gone from the championship team.
Ray Lewis wasn't there. Neither was Ed Reed, or at least a half dozen other players who hoisted the Super Bowl trophy last February.
New Houston safety Ed Reed is still rehabbing after hip surgery and isn't sure if he'll be ready to play for the Texans in the season opener on Sept. 9.
Minnesota went all in with three first-round picks.
Since winning the Super Bowl, the Ravens have undergone a dramatic transformation. Linebacker Ray Lewis and center Matt Birk retired, wide receiver Anquan Boldin was traded, and free safety Ed Reed, inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, sack specialist Paul Kruger and strong safety Bernard Pollard signed elsewhere or were released.