Texans safety Ed Reed was at the White House with his former team today, being honored by the President for the Ravens’ Super Bowl victory. Afterward, Reed spoke with reporters and was asked about the Texans’ Week 3 matchup against the Ravens. “I plan on being back for Week 1,” Reed said after visiting the White House, according to Ravens.com. “But as you’ve known me for the longest time, I’m going to be smart about my injuries and make sure I’m there for the later part of the season when the team really needs me.” Reed, 34, had arthroscopic hip surgery at the end of April. That kind of surgery typically takes about three months of recovery, and the Texans are expecting to have Reed practicing again at some point in training camp. That was how coach Gary Kubiak termed it recently after an OTA session. Reed’s quote doesn’t indicate that he won’t be be available for the start of the season, but it doesn’t close the door on that, either.
Ed Reed doesn’t close the door on missing games
Houston Chronicle | Jun 5