Eric Reid nails Ben Watson with late hit days after Twitter disagreement

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The tight end was tripped up and fell forward when Reid flew in from his safety spot an hit the prone Watson in the helmet with his shoulder. But as I said, we feel this has got a chance to come around quick enough where he'll be ready to play Week 1. "We get to pretend we care about the black community, and we get to hide behind Malcolm Jenkins' and Jay-Z's face and not do anything".

Newton is as important to his team as anyone in the NFL.

Reid was the first player to join former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in kneeling during the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner" in protest of perceived racial injustice. The safety went unsigned in 2018 free agency until late September when he inked a deal with Carolina. The second-year quarterback out of Houston saw action in two games last season and tossed a pair of touchdowns. "The only thing I was told by the trainers was they were takimg him in for X-rays and that's it". We'll see what the league decides to do with it. "I'm sure I'll end up getting a fine, but I'm just playing the game".

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"It's part of the game, unfortunately", Head Coach Ron Rivera said, according to the Panthers. "He told me it was late".

The game came just four days after a Twitter dustup between the two men, starting when Watson took issue with Reid's criticism of the Players Coalition amid a controversial new National Football League agreement with rapper Jay-Z.

"I just asked him if he was OK, if he could stand up", Reid said about the encounter.

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