March 24, 2018

Ed Reed to Return Week One

According to Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle,

If anyone knows it would be Andre Johnson on the status of new acquired safety Ed Reed.

Reed had offseason surgery on a torn labrum in his hip this offseason, that put his status in doubt for the opening of the season in San Diego and beyond. This comes as positive news for a Texans secondary whose safeties struggled in coverage in the 2012 season.

The veteran in Reed will give the Texans an experienced ball hawk in the middle of the field, and his presence should put some doubt into quarterbacks minds. Reed will team with Danieal Manning as the starting safeties, with rookie D.J. Swearinger playing the third safety in dime situations.

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  1. […] Foster hurt his calf during OTAs and was labeled a strain, and he did not return to any practices following the injury. As for Reed, he is still recovering from a hip surgery to repair a torn labrum. This news comes shortly after Andre Johnson said that Reed will be ready for week one of the season.  […]

  2. […] working from the start of practice with trainers until the halfway point of the practice session. Andre Johnson might be right when he said Reed will be ready for week one in San Diego because the way he looked today was a […]

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