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    Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot








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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    That's fine...

    The Patriots are sitting at home right now
    Ed Reed and the Ravens are in NO, playing for a ring.

    Next year is next year.
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    That's fine...

    The Patriots are sitting at home right now
    Ed Reed and the Ravens are in NO, playing for a ring.

    Next year is next year.
    I agree. It would just suck watching Reed suit up for the Patriots.




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    i don't care where he ends up, but i do care that he's talking about it right now.




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by NJRaven View Post
    i don't care where he ends up, but i do care that he's talking about it right now.
    I've been saying this all year.

    If we don't re-sign him, he is going to be a Patriot.
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    More crap from PFT.

    The story does not support the headline.

    A reporter ask could you see yourself play for coach Belichick? "“Yeah, oh yeah man,” said Reed, per the Boston Herald. “I could definitely play for coach Belichick."

    Very different from Reed saying he could see himself as Patriot. Just giving respect to Coach Beichick.

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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    I've already prepared myself for him visiting M & T next year in Red,White and Blue so I'm not really shocked.

    The only question is whether it's a one year, second shot a ring deal (I think so) or a 2-3 year thing.

    I will, however, cringe mightily hearing Pats fan scream "Reeeed"




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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by NJRaven View Post
    i don't care where he ends up, but i do care that he's talking about it right now.
    Agree. Poor timing. Four days before the biggest game of many of these guys' lives and he's talking about playing for one of our most hated rivals. I mean, I'd hate to see it, but really? Now?
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    The only question is whether it's a one year, second shot a ring deal (I think so) or a 2-3 year thing.
    And this is what I don't get. People join the Patriots for a shot at a ring, not the money. Why leave a team (the Ravens) that consistently outplays the Patriots to go play for the Patriots? Are the Pats really going to break the bank and pay him that much more than the Ravens would?
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    they asked the question, he was obligated to give some type of answer. I don't see anything wrong with what he said. And we all know there's a 50/50 chance that it could come to fruition.

    But hopefully he and we worry about that later...
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    Agree. Poor timing. Four days before the biggest game of many of these guys' lives and he's talking about playing for one of our most hated rivals. I mean, I'd hate to see it, but really? Now?
    Is Reed supposed to be able to control the questions people ask him?
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    Re: Ed Reed could “definitely” see himself as a Patriot

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    I agree. It would just suck watching Reed suit up for the Patriots.
    Reed wants to get paid. Belechick likes the older guys when they're cheap. I doubt he's going to offer more than a bunch of other team will.
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