Found May 06, 2013 on
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According to Nick Scurfield of HoustonTexans.com, Texans owner Bob McNair says that safety Ed Reed likely won’t be ready for training camp, after undergoing offseason hip surgery.
Bob McNair called Ed Reed’s surgery a “minor procedure. He’ll be ready once training camp starts, maybe the middle” #Texans
— Nick Scurfield (@NickScurfield) May 6, 2013
This can’t be good for the Texans and Reed since he has to learn a new defense after spending his entire NFL career with the Ravens. He can study the playbook, but not being able to get on the field reps with teammates is crucial.
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