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Old 03-19-2013   #1554
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Default Re: Ed Reed to visit Texans

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Originally Posted by tru80texan View Post
May be the most attractive, but doesn't mean he will sign it. Lets not forget that Asomugha, by his own admission, left the most attractive deal on the table to sign w/ the Eagles whom he thought had a better chance to win it all. Who says Reed won't do the same to stay w/ the only team he has known as a pro. I believe it's time to put Reed's feet to fire & do what's best for the Texans before they are left w/ scraps.
Another team offered Asomugha more than $60 million?

It would make sense that Smith knew what the Ravens were willing to pay before he made his offer. The meeting was: "Here's what we think of you, here's how you fit what we do, here's what we're willing to pay you." It wasn't part of a multi bid process. It was one shot. Smith does not make that shot unless he knows what cards the other players are holding.
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