Following injury to one of its safeties, the Tennessee Titans have expressed interest in, among other players, Eric Reid as a possible replacement. Reid’s name was mentioned as a player who the Titans are considering bringing in for a workout. As we are all well aware, Reid is currently without a contract following his leadership role regarding protests during the national anthem. While a workout is no way guarantees a contract, it is a positive step in the right direction. It is also probably safe to assume, given the Cincinnati Bengals Mike Brown debacle, that none of the Titans staff or ownership will query Reid about his intentions regarding demonstrations during the national anthem.
Article below by Guardian Sport Staff at guardian.com.
First-year Titans head coach Mike Vrabel says veteran safety Eric Reid, the first NFL player to join Colin Kaepernick’s protest against racial injustice in the United States, is among the safeties Tennessee want to look at as a potential replacement for Johnathan Cyprien, who suffered a season-ending tear of his left ACL on Wednesday.
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