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The Texans released former Ravens safety Ed Reed Tuesday.
Houston signed the now 35-year old Reed to a three-year, $15 million contract in March that included a $2 million signing bonus and $5 million in guaranteed money, but Reed missed the first two games of the season as he recovered from offseason hip surgery and was recently replaced as the Texans' starting free safety.
Reed had just 16 tackles in seven games with Houston and didn't have a single interception, pass deflection, forced fumble, sack or tackle for a loss.
He was on the field for just 11 snaps during the Texans' loss to the Cardinals Sunday and told reporters after the game that Houston was "outplayed and out-coached."

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