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just made an awful play

went to fair catch a punt and never caught it and fumbled it over to green bay in a 13-13 tied game with less than a min to go in the 4th quarter

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the Eagles had Greg Lewis back there all day, and he made some bonehead plays, then Reed goes back and fumbles his second punt.  That one though cost the Eagles a chance for a win.

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http://sports.tboblogs.com/index.php/sports/related/C127/

Reed released by Eagles

Posted September 12, 2007 by Brett McMurphy

Updated Sep 12, 2007 at 12:55 PM

Former USF FS J.R. Reed’s rollercoaster NFL career unfortunately took another dip when he was released by the Philadelphia Eagles.

Reed was let go after he fumbled a punt return Sunday late in the fourth quarter at Green Bay, that cost the Eagles in the 16-13 loss.

Reed had been picked up off waivers from the New York Giants this season. Reed originally was drafted by Philadephia and spent 2004-05 with the Eagles, before splitting time with St. Louis and Atlanta in 2006.

He suffered nerve damage to his leg in 2005. 

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I'd love for the Bucs to give him a shot but, for his sake, I hope he catches on with a team that has a chance this year ...

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