Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Haley94, Aug 23, 2007.
I like Reid and hate his team, hope his family rallies together and his team burns in Hades.
I hate to see a stupid young man take years off of his fathers life.
This has got to put tremendous stress on Andy ..... and he is not in the best of shape.
I hope everything works out for him.
You don't like circles?
I bet Joe Gibbs does!
Tragic, the way this kid is going
No parent should go through this
I hope Coach Reid can one day see his family healthy and happy
Best wishes to the Reid Family.
(As a former he l l raiser who burnt out my dad's Dodge Charger engine once -- after he told me to NOT take the car while he took a nap -- kids can be remarkably selfish. Not for property but with the feelings of parents and those around him who care.
Well, anyway, the best to the Reids
And he should ship his kids to Farmers Branch. There is absolutely nothing to do around here and culturally it is a wasteland. So it might be both a place to withdraw from that kind of trouble and as a punishment and deterrent. I for one have suffered enough, but this city has a lot of women who know how to fix trucks. And who can resist a place like that?
Some folks seem to never learn.
Police stop Britt Reid, son of Eagles coach Andy Reid, for suspected DUI in parking lot
August 23, 2007
PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. (AP) -- One of Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid's sons, awaiting sentencing in a road-rage case, was detained Thursday on suspicion of driving while impaired.
Britt Reid, 22, of Villanova, failed a sobriety test in a store parking lot around 3:45 p.m. and was given a blood test, Assistant Police Chief Joseph Lawrence of Plymouth Township said.
Reid struck a shopping cart when officers activated their lights, Lawrence said.
No charges were filed Thursday. Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce L. Castor Jr. said he was told not to take any action until the blood test results come back, which he said would not be until Monday at the earliest.
"What we have is the possibility of a crime; we don't have evidence of a crime, not yet," Castor said.
Reid is free on bail pending sentencing in the Jan. 30 road-rage case, in which police said he brandished a handgun at another driver. He pleaded guilty last week to gun and drug charges and faces a possible six to 14 months in jail.
Defense lawyers did not immediately return phone messages Thursday.
Senior Deputy Attorney General Marc Costanzo, who prosecuted the first case, said an impaired-driving charge could violate Reid's bail conditions. Reid's lawyers have said he is undergoing outpatient treatment at a substance-abuse center.
Reid's 24-year-old brother, Garrett, faces at least three days in jail after pleading guilty last month to drug and traffic offenses. Garrett Reid admitted to using heroin the day he ran a red light in Plymouth Township and hit another car.