Found February 14, 2013 on Patriots Life:
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There have been reports that the two teams besides the Baltimore Ravens that are seriously going to pursue Safety Ed Reed are the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts. Well, Colts Defensive Lineman Robert Mathis has created a buzz about this topic with a recent tweet. Yesterday he tweeted this to the public: I can give 20 reasons why the Colts have potential for a serious SB push. Its a mental game and we simply need to reed between the lines lol — ROBERT MATHIS (@RobertMathis98) February 14, 2013 "Reed between the lines" is an obvious play on words, hinting that the Colts may already be in talks with Ed Reed. Could a deal be in the works between him and the Colts? Have the negotiations already begun? We don't know yet but will surely find out soon. A number of NFL reporters believed that the Patriots would be the #1 landing spot for the future Hall of Famer, but the Colts were still considered to be very possible. We'll just have to wait and see how this...
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