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Jordan Reed

As a freshman in 2009, Reed was third on the University of Florida's quarterback depth chart behind Tim Tebow and John Brantley. In 2010, Reed transitioned to become UF's starting tight end. The 6-foot-3, 240-pound Reed, though, also played as backup QB in 2010.
As a freshman in 2009, Reed was third on the University of Florida's quarterback depth chart behind Tim Tebow and John Brantley. In 2010, Reed transitioned to become UF's starting tight end. The 6-foot-3, 240-pound Reed, though, also played as backup QB in 2010. « Show less

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  • NFL's State Update: 25 Still Active As UConn Stars Catch TD Passes, Cuts Coming

    Week 3 of the NFL exhibition season is in the books as is the first major cutdown for NFL teams. Following Tuesday's manadatory cut to 75, there are 27 players with Connecticut connections – down two – that remain on NFL rosters. In the last...

    Sorry Jags fans, forecast doesn't look good for Jacksonville this season

    Sorry Jags fans, forecast doesn't look good for Jacksonville this season
    First, my apologies to Jacksonville Jaguars fans. Sincere apologies. I like your owner, Shahid Khan. He got rich making bumpers for cars, which sounds like a great way to get rich. He acts as if he really cares about his team and community. Plus he'...

    CT Recap: Ex-Huskies Orlovsky, Gratz Play Well In Exhibitions

    Week 2 of the NFL exhibition season is in the books and 29 players with Connecticut connections remain on NFL rosters. Teams must cut down to 75 by 4 p.m. Tuesday. The Week 2 standout performances go to a pair of former Huskies. Veteran QB Dan Orlovsky,...

    The Sports Xchange: SEC newcomers to watch

    The Sports Xchange The Sports Xchange: SEC newcomers to watch In the Southeastern Conference, the best team is quite often the deepest team, the one suited to withstand the gauntlet that is conference play. Depth was Alabama's defining characteristic...