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UNDER THE GUN
Paul Zimmerman
September 01, 2003
Last season JOSH REED was the third wideout in Drew Bledsoe's vertical passing game, working mostly from the slot. Now he's the No. 2 guy, replacing Peerless Price, who took his 94 catches to Atlanta. How smoothly Reed adapts to being an every-down player is a key to the Bills' success through the air. "All I can do is keep working hard," he says.
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September 01, 2003

Under The Gun

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Last season JOSH REED was the third wideout in Drew Bledsoe's vertical passing game, working mostly from the slot. Now he's the No. 2 guy, replacing Peerless Price, who took his 94 catches to Atlanta. How smoothly Reed adapts to being an every-down player is a key to the Bills' success through the air. "All I can do is keep working hard," he says.

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