Found August 01, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
TEAMS: Houston Texans
Texans safety Ed Reed has already conceded that he doesn’t know if he’ll be ready to go for Houston’s season opener. Reed also says he feels tightness and soreness in his hip and isn’t running at 100 percent yet, according to the AP. The 34-year-old Reed spent his entire 11-year career with the Ravens before joining the Texans in March. He said he still feels “tightness and soreness” constantly in his hip and that he’ll know more about when he can play once he progresses past those problems. “Once I get that out, I can kind of push it more,” he said. “I’m not to the point where I can run 100 percent.” As time goes by, it looks like the Texans made it mistake by signing a future Hall of Famer that is clearly not the same player he once was.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Ed Reed feels constant “tightness and soreness” in his hip appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

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Sports Brothers Report would like to thank Wendy Edmunds, for allowing us to take a peek into the Houston Texans' camp.  Wendy took all of these great photos.  Thanks again, we are super appreciative.  Keep in mind, these are Wendy's photos, be respectful with their use.@SportsBrothersR I'd love it! Copy me on it?— Wendy Edmunds (@IamWendums) August 2, 2013
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