Backing down just isn't part of Eric Reid's game

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Backing down just isn't part of Eric Reid's game
Backing down just isn't part of Eric Reid's game

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER Backing down just isn't part of Eric Reid's game FOXBOROUGH — Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid is a man of conviction and action. One of the NFL's most passionate players in the fight for social justice, he doesn't shy away from delivering pointed messages with his pads or his words. His intentions are true, sometimes his aim is not. That was the case when Reid levied a late hit on Patriots tight end Benjamin Watson in the first quarter of Thursday night's preseason game at Gillette Stadium, ending Watson's night with a concussion. It's also the case when it comes to rapper Jay-Z lining up with the NFL. Reid, along with Miami wide receiver Kenny Stills, offered pointed

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