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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.
Reed was in Houston for the start of a three-day minicamp on Tuesday, but he didn't work with the team. He had hip surgery April 30 for a partly torn labrum. He believes the injury occurred when New England quarterback Tom Brady kicked him in the AFC championship game.
Reed played in the Super Bowl and didn't find out he needed surgery until after he joined the Texans from the Ravens.
The nine-time Pro Bowler says he hasn't had any setbacks, and he'll have a better idea of when he might play at training camp in late July.
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Ed Reed won his championship and then bolted from the Baltimore Ravens to the Houston Texans. However, after taking the offseason to recover from hip surgery, Reed hasn’t forgotten about his time in the AFC North.
On Tuesday, Reed spoke with the media after his first day of minicamp for the Texans. Telling reporters that he may miss some time this season, Reed was asked how he...
The Houston Texans open up their mandatory three day mini-camp to give Texans fans’ another small run of news on the team. It is a three day period that ends on Thursday that will finally put the 2013 Texans all in one place and the arrival of two particular players that were the only two absent from OTAs.
It will be a quick three days for the Texans, but there will be some news...
Another set of of practices for the Houston Texans in their three day mandatory schedule that began today. The arrival of two key veterans is where all of the attention was focused to, and today marked the first day that the entire 90 man roster was together as a team.
Today was a sultry day for the Texans and early in the day we focused on some things to watch for at mini camp,...
You'll rarely see a quarterback be blamed for injuring a star defensive player, but that seems to be the case in Houston, as safety Ed Reed seems to believe that a questionable (dirty) move by Patriots quarterback Tom Brady may have led to his current him issues. Near the end of the AFC championship game, Tom Brady scrambled and put his leg out, apparently injuring Reed to...
Tom Brady has been known to hurt defenses with his arm, but he may have also done some damage with his leg last season.
Former Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed, who is recovering from hip surgery in his first season with the Houston Texans, believes the injury occurred when the New England Patriots quarterback kicked him in the AFC championship game.
"Only play I can look...
While it’s still uncertain whether Houston Texans new safety Ed Reed will be ready for the team’s season opener against the San Diego Chargers because of his lingering hip injury, the cause of said injury—which led to hip surgery this past offseason—was the direct result of a run-in with a certain quarterback in the 2012 AFC Championship game.
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Thanks to a nagging hip injury, Ed Reed isn't certain when he'll join his new Texans teammates on the field -- be it in training camp or the regular season.
However, he seems more certain about one thing: who caused the injury and subsequent surgery.
Made available to the media Tuesday, the veteran safety heavily implied that Tom Brady is to blame for the torn labrum suffered...
Ed Reed signed with the Houston Texans as a free agent during the offseason, and the future Hall of Famer may not be ready for Week 1 of the season. Reed recently revealed that his hip surgery may prevent him from being ready when the season started. On Tuesday, he spoke to the media for [...]
FOXBORO, Mass. – Ed Reed put Tom Brady‘s name in the headlines on the day when Tim Tebow was plastered across all media platforms.
The former Ravens safety claimed Brady’s slide in the AFC Championship game caused the hip injury that forced Reed to have surgery this offseason. Brady was asked about Reed’s claim during the quarterback’s media availability on Wednesday and...
Late in the season Tom Brady either intentionally or unintentionally kicked Ed Reed in the leg.
Brady was fined $10k and Reed says it is the only explanation of why he was hurting at the end of the year.
Houston Texans safety Ed Reed, who is still rehabbing from offseason hip surgery, indicated that the injury originally occurred when Patriots quarterback Tom Brady kicked him...
Tweet The Houston Texans wanted to bolster their defense and add championship experience to the roster. They did both by signing future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed in March. Unfortunately, it sounds as though it could be a while before Texans fans get to see the former Baltimore Raven suit up in game [...]
The karate kick that was seen around the world. Did Tom Brady purposely try to get a shot on former Ravens safety Ed Reed or was it simply a quick reflex that the QB had no control of? We don't know. What we do know is that Brady was fined $10,000 by the NFL.
The Ravens went on to defeat the Patriots and then win the Super Bowl a couple weeks later. Reed and the team decided...