• Belichick deflects on Reed; assesses safeties

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 14, 2013
    Patriots coach Bill Belichick had no problem talking about Ed Reed when the longtime safety was playing for Baltimore, since the teams met eight times during Reed’s 11 seasons there, including each of the last two AFC Championship games. When asked if the Patriots have interest in safety Ed Reed , who was waived by the Texans on Tuesday, Bill Belichick said today: “I don’t think it would be appropriate for me to comment on players that aren’t on our team.” "I don't think it would be appropriate for me to comment on players that aren't on our roster," Belichick said on Wednesday, during a teleconference with reporters. "When you have players that, whatever their situation is, we think could potentially become available, then we start working on them ahead of time, so when it happens or if it happens, we're not sitting there trying to scramble around.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Belichick mum on Patriots’ interest in Ed Reed

      Patriots coach Bill Belichick had no problem talking about Ed Reed when the longtime safety was playing for Baltimore, since the teams met eight times during Reed’s 11 seasons there, including each of the last two AFC Championship games.
      Source: boston.com
    • Bill Belichick declines to discuss possibility of bringing safety Ed Reed to Patriots

      One day after the Texans released safety Ed Reed, Patriots coach Bill Belichick chose not to comment on whether the team might be interested in making a play for a player that Belichick has long praised and admired.
      Source: boston.com

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