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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Formidable CB trio with Sauce, MCII

    Reed finished the 2023 season with 76 tackles (62 solo) and one interception among his nine passes defensed in 15 games. Sauce Gardner, Reed and nickel cornerback Michael Carter formed the league's stingiest cornerback trio. Reed is the senior member of that group at age 27, and he has been remarkably consistent, posting between 76 and 80 tackles and between nine and 12 passes defensed in each of his last three seasons. All three cornerbacks are projected to be back in 2024, with Reed entering the final year of his contract with the Jets.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Gets first interception of season

    Reed recorded 10 tackles (eight solo) and an interception in Friday's 34-13 loss to the Dolphins. In hindsight, it would have been better for the Jets if Reed hadn't recorded his first interception of 2023 just before halftime, as Tim Boyle threw a pick-six on the next play to close out the first half. The interception was remarkably Reed's first pass defensed of the season after the cornerback reached double digits in that category in each of the previous two campaigns. Reed has 19 tackles (17 solo) over the past two games, which is the most tackles he has posted in any two-game stretch since accruing 21 in Weeks 10 and 11 of the 2020 season.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Busy in Buffalo

    Reed had nine solo tackles, including two tackles for loss, in Sunday's 32-6 loss to Buffalo. Reed frequently had to take matters into his own hands, as all nine of his tackles Sunday were of the solo variety. In two games against the Bills this season, Reed piled up 20 tackles (19 solo). He has just 25 tackles (20 solo) in six games against other opponents.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Practices, still in protocol

    Reed (concussion) logged a full practice session Wednesday Rich Cimini of reports. Reed has yet to officially clear concussion protocol, but his full participation indicates he is trending in that direction. He is looking to return from a two-game absence following the Jets' bye week.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Remains in concussion protocol

    Reed is still in concussion protocol Monday, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports. Reed already sat out the Jets' last two games and had extra rest thanks to a Week 7 bye, but there are seemingly still outstanding steps before he can clear the league's concussion protocol. His name will be one to watch for on the Jets' injury reports throughout the week.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Won't face Broncos

    Reed (concussion) is ruled out for Sunday's matchup against Denver, Rich Cimini of reports. Reed has yet to fully clear the league's concussion protocol, so his next chance to suit up will be Week 6 versus the Eagles. With Brandin Echols (hamstring) also ruled out for Week 5, the Jets' secondary could have a difficult time containing Russell Wilson and the Broncos' aerial attack.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Unavailable with concussion

    Reed was a nonparticipant at the Jets' practice Wednesday due to a concussion, Rich Cimini of reports. Reed played every defensive snap during the Jets' Week 4 loss to the Chiefs, so his appearance on the injury report Wednesday comes as a surprise. Whether he suffered the concussion at practice or against Kansas City, the cornerback now appears unlikely to be available Sunday versus the Broncos. If Reed can't go in Week 5, Michael Carter could be asked to step into a starting role in the secondary.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Busy in Week 1 win

    Reed made 11 tackles (10 solo) in Monday's 22-16 overtime win over the Bills. Josh Allen was loath to challenge Sauce Gardner on the other side, and the Bills frequently moved top receiver Stefon Diggs to Reed's side of the field. Reed often chose to play off Diggs and come up to make tackles after short catches, but he was more aggressive in overtime, helping force an incomplete pass to Diggs on third down before the Jets won it on the next play with a punt return touchdown. With Gardner making a name for himself as a shutdown cornerback, Reed should continue to get plenty of attention from opposing quarterbacks, which could allow him to challenge last year's career high totals of 80 tackles and 12 passes defensed.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Strong season continues

    Reed totaled eight tackles (seven solo) and three passes defensed in Sunday's 16-9 win over the Broncos. Reed and Sauce Gardner continued their excellent play in the Jets' secondary, racking up a combined 18 tackles (16 solo) to go with three passes defensed apiece. The eight tackles marked a new season high for Reed, who has been a key contributor for the Jets after signing a three-year, $33 million contract in free agency.
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  • Jets' D.J. Reed: Questionable for Sunday

    Reed (knee) is questionable for Sunday's season opener against the Ravens, Rich Cimini of reports. Reed was limited Wednesday and Thursday but was upgraded to a full participant Friday. If the 25-year-old cornerback is available to make his Jets debut, he'll likely slot in as a starter opposite Sauce Gardner.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Picks off two passes

    Reed recorded eight tackles (seven solo), three pass breakups and two interceptions in Sunday's 51-29 win over the Lions. Reed missed the last two games while in COVID-19 protocol, and he was dominant in his return to action, notching his first two interceptions of the season. The fourth-year cornerback has held down the starting job all season, allowing 453 yards in coverage this season through 13 games.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Not playing Tuesday

    Reed wasn't activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list and won't be available for Tuesday's game against the Rams, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Reed was added to the list Sunday after testing positive for the virus, according to Brady Henderson of Though he's vaccinated, Reed is apparently still experiencing symptoms of the virus and wasn't able to clear the NFL's COVID-19 protocol ahead of Tuesday's kickoff. Reed's absence this week should open up more snaps at cornerback for Bless Austin and John Reid.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Back to full practices

    Reed is not listed on the injury report and was a full practice participant Wednesday and Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Reed suffered a chest injury in Sunday's win over the Texans, but coach Pete Carroll indicated that the injury was not serious. Reed's ability to practice throughout the week backs that up, so he should be set for a Week 15 matchup against the Rams. In 12 games this season, Reed has tallied 65 total tackles with seven passes defended.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Injured Sunday

    Reed (chest) was injured Sunday against the Texans according to head coach Pete Carroll, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports. Reed suffered a chest contusion in an on-field collision. A timetable for a return is unknown, but if Reed were to miss anytime moving forward, Bless Austin or John Reid could be moving into a starting job. Reed will try to return in Week 15 against the Rams.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Set for return

    Reed (knee) was a full practice participant Saturday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Reed missed the team's Week 11 matchup with a groin injury, but he was a limited participant during the lead-up to Week 12 with a knee issue. However, due to his full participation Saturday, it should be presumed that he will return from a one-game absence. His presence will provide a big boost to the Seahawks defense, as he was previously a mainstay in the secondary and has five passes defended on the campaign.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Considered game-time decision

    Reed (groin) is a game-time decision ahead of Sunday's matchup against Arizona, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports. Reed was unable to practice Friday after he was a limited participant during Thursday's session. Although his participation trended in the wrong direction this week, he'll likely participate in pregame warmups before the Seahawks determine his status Sunday.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Limited Thursday

    Reed (groin/knee) was limited in practice Thursday. Reed picked up a groin injury in Week 8 against Jacksonville and has been on the injury report since. He hasn't been forced to miss game action, though it is somewhat concerning that he went from full participation Wednesday to limited Thursday. Reed will look to get more involved in practice before the team's Week 11 matchup against the Cardinals.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Managing groin issue

    Reed has been sidelined recently due to a groin injury, Brady Henderson of reports. Reed has been absent from practice since Sunday due to an injury, and coach Pete Carroll revealed Friday that the cornerback is dealing with a groin issue. The 24-year-old won't appear in Saturday's preseason opener against the Raiders due to his lack of practice this week, but the Seahawks remain optimistic that the injury is minor.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Dealing with minor injury

    Reed was held out of Sunday's practice after he suffered an undisclosed injury Saturday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. While coach Pete Carroll didn't specify the nature of Reed's injury Sunday, he said the issue is considered minor. It wouldn't be surprising to see the defensive back return to practice in the coming days as the Seahawks prepare for Saturday's preseason matchup against the Raiders.
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  • Seahawks' D.J. Reed: Making most of opportunity

    Reed posted six tackles (four solo), three pass breakups and an interception in Sunday's 20-15 win over the Football Team. Reed made his season debut in Week 8, and he's piled up 48 tackles, six pass breakups and two interceptions over eight games. His work in coverage is drawing attention too, as he's proven an ability to handle opponent's top pass-catching options, including Terry McLaurin. Coach Pete Carroll relayed after the game that Reed "deserves to keep playing," according to Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times. That could mean that Reed will retain the starting outside cornerback role when Quinton Dunbar (knee) -- who may not be at 100 percent upon return -- is activated from IR, although that remains to be seen.
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