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Doug Reed was born on 16 July, 1960. Discover Doug Reed's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 60 years old?
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In 1991 Reed signed a 1-year $200,000 contract in August, 1991, but after not being assured of a roster spot asked for his release so he could be free to sign with another team. On August 20, 1991, the Rams granted Reed his unconditional release.
In 1989 Reed played and started 11 games, with 30 tackles and 3 sacks. A severe ankle injury sidelined him for the final 5 games. In 1990, his final season, Reed held out once again (his third holdout in five seasons) and on September 6, 1990, signed a 1-year $400,000 contract after rejecting a $550,000 offer earlier in the summer. Reed started all 16 games and logged 27 tackles and 2 sacks.
In 1987 Reed started all 12 non-strike games and totaled 40 tackles and 2 sacks. During the 1987 players' strike, Reed pelted "scab" players' vehicles with eggs as a way to show his support for the union. On August 17, 1988, Reed signed a two-year contract, ending a 27-day holdout. Reed started all 16 games and had 32 tackles and a sack. He played defensive tackle when the Rams went to their special "Eagle" defense which featured 5 linebackers, rather than the normal 4. Reed forced a key fumble by Neal Anderson to help the Rams in an early December 23-3 victory over the Chicago Bears.
In 1986 Reed held out but returned to the team prior to the start of the season. Reed signed a 2-year deal on September 6, 1986, worth a reported $500,000. He backed up Shawn Miller for the first six games and started the final ten, recording 44 tackles and 6.5 sacks in 1986.
In 1985 Reed took over for Jack Youngblood (who had retired) at left defensive end. Prior to the 1985 season Head coach John Robinson said, "Doug Reed has advanced from suspect to prospect to player." Reed responded with 45 tackles a 7.5 sacks and was considered solid against the run.
Reed missed his rookie season of 1983 with a knee injury. In 1984, he played 9 games with 1 start at left defensive end. Reed suffered a sprained Achilles' tendon that kept him out of 7 games. In his first start against the 49ers Reed sacked Joe Montana for his first career sack. Prior to that start in week 16, Reed was a backup defensive end and played defensive tackle in pass-rushing situations.
Reed played two seasons at San Diego State University after transferring from San Diego City College where he was a junior college All-America selection in 1980. As a senior at San Diego State Reed logged 9 sacks and recorded a total of 91 tackles in his two seasons there.
Douglas Reed (born July 16, 1960) is a former American football defensive end who played seven seasons in the National Football League for the Los Angeles Rams. He played college football at San Diego State University.