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Old 05-18-2013   #63
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Default Re: Ed Reed will miss OTA's due to hip surgery.

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Originally Posted by bckey View Post
If Reed's hip turns out to be worse than they are saying and it keeps him out an significant amount of regular season play the Texans got screwed twice. By Reed not disclosing (if he knew) the injury it prevented the Texans from switching to and signing Charles Woodson. So the Texans would get an injured player (screwed once) which prevented them from pursuing another option, Charles Woodson. (screwed twice) If Reed plays this season then this will be much ado about nothing.

Doc, according to the portion of the cba you posted is it too late now for a grievance to be filed? Or:

2- could one have been filed and we just don't know about it Or:

3-The Texans decided it isn't worth it and they will just take their chances that Reed will be ready to go for the season.
I don't know that it would be "too late," but I'm not sure that if filed now it would cover monies already paid out to Reed. In that case, it might not be productive to do so, at this time at least. I'd have to defer the definitive answer to that.
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