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No full workout, hamstring/Coming off knee surgery
Data Scout Notes: 08-01-12 - Dismissed from Florida State...2012: P1stM-KR...2011: HMM-KR/PHornung/P1stM-KR/PThorpe/PBednarik...2010: HMM/PHornung/PAll-ACCasCB&PR/PM1st-PR…09: HMMasKR
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08/10/14 - CB Greg Reid had some opportunity as a kick returner in the preseason opener against New Orleans. An undrafted free agent, Reid had a kickoff return for 25 yards and a punt return for 11. He showed some quickness and shiftiness.
04/08/13 - 2013 Florida State Pro Day: There were 32 teams represented at Florida State Pro Day on March 19. They ran outdoors and the field was damp due to prior rain. It was about 70 degrees. Greg Reid CB (5-8 ˝, 189 pounds) - He ran a the 40-yard dash in 4.69 seconds. Reid, however, pulled a hamstring on his second run. He recorded a 30-inch vertical jump but didn’t do any positional work. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
08/29/12 - Valdosta State head coach David Dean confirmed Wednesday morning on a local radio program that cornerback Greg Reid will miss the entire 2012 season with a torn Anterior Crucitate Ligament (ACL). On Tuesday, Dean told The Times he thought Reid would miss the first game due to his injury, but did not know the severity of the injury until later that night. The former Florida State cornerback and punt returner, who joined the Blazers Aug. 14 after being dismissed from the Seminoles' football team for violating team rules, tore his ACL while returning a punt in the Blazers' final preseason scrimmage on Friday. He went to the ground after attempting to shake a tackler while returning a punt down the sideline. He was seen hobbling off the field after getting up from the ground. Valdosta State medical personnel escorted Reid to the medical training room, where he later reappeared with his knee heavily iced and taped.Initially, the injury was believed to be minor, as Reid was seen jogging off the field with his teammates Friday night.It was later learned that he tore his ACL. "It is frustrating right now," Dean said. "He came into camp a little late and he gets injured. I know he is frustrated about it. It is was a non-contact deal." - Ed Hooper, The Valdosta Daily Times
08/29/12 - It's been a rough summer for Greg Reid. Only a few weeks after being dismissed by Florida State, the Valdosta State senior cornerback tore his ACL in the final preseason scrimmage, ending his 2012 season. The injury was confirmed Wednesday morning by head coach David Dean. The former Seminole hurt his knee returning a punt in a non-contact drill last Friday, but the severity of the injury wasn't immediately known. Prior to the injury, Reid was NFLDraftScout.com's No. 27-rated cornerback for the 2013 NFL Draft. A native of Valdosta, Ga., Reid joined the Valdosta State program on August 14, a few weeks after he was kicked off Florida State's team for a violation of team rules. He has been arrested twice in the past year, including misdemeanor traffic violations and misdemeanor marijuana possession in July. By his own admission, Reid had made some “dumb mistakes” and accepted his dismissal as a fresh start. But the injury currently puts his NFL future in limbo. Despite his smallish frame (listed at 5-8, 188), Reid is a tough, scrappy cornerback and also excelled as a punt returner. At the time of his dismissal from FSU, he needed just 313 punt return yards to match the school record held by Hall of Famer Deion Sanders. Reid, who would likely receive a medical redshirt year by the NCAA if he applied, has yet to announce whether he will return to college football or start preparations for the NFL. However, rehabbing from an ACL injury is usually an 8-10 month process and it is unlikely that Reid would be available to work out prior to next April's draft. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
08/14/12 - After being released from scholarships from two of the most of prestigious football programs in the country, cornerback Greg Reid and safety Ray Ray Armstrong are hoping to earn back the trust of NFL scouts by transferring. Reid, who had earned preseason All-ACC honors from the media as both a cornerback and return specialist, was released two weeks ago from scholarship from Florida State University after the latest in a string of off-field issues. He tweeted Monday that he'd be joining Valdosta State, which is located in his hometown of Valdosta, Georgia. Reid's latest arrest came after a traffic stop July 10 in which police discovered a small amount of marijuana in his car. Previously he'd been arrested in September 2011 after being pulled over while driving a motor scooter and providing police with false identification. Those charges were ultimately dropped, though Reid was suspended for a game by the coaching staff. The 5-08, 176 pound Reid is a talented cover corner with good ball skills. Currently rated by NFLDraftScout.com as the No. 25 cornerback in the 2013 draft, he posted 32 tackles last season, along with five passes broken up and two interceptions. In 2010, he established himself as a cornerback to avoid, posting 65 tackles and 17 passes defensed while also serving as a game-breaking return specialist. He led the NCAA as a true freshman by averaging 18.4 yards per punt return and set school kickoff return records in 2010 for both a single-game (193 yards vs. NC State) and season totals (742 yards). - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com