Jarran Reed practices, says he disagrees with NFL suspension
RENTON, Wash. — Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Jarran Reed said he disagreed with the NFL’s decision to suspend him for six games for an incident more than two years ago in which police were called but Reed was not arrested or charged.
Reed said Thursday as the Seahawks opened training camp that he still respects the NFL’s decision to suspend him under the personal conduct policy. He said “the only thing to do is move forward.”
While Reed was taking part in the first practice, All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner was a spectator while waiting to see if he is able to come to an agreement on a contract extension.
Wagner also attended the offseason program but didn’t participate then either.