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Monday Quickies: Ed Reed Edition

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Ed Reed helped Kentucky football on a huge recruiting weekend and is rumored to perhaps be joining the staff.

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With 24 football recruits in town this weekend, Kentucky got a big visit from NFL legend Ed Reed. I’m not totally sure what brought Reed to town, but there are rumors swirling that Reed could be the 10th assistant with UK’s program (which the NCAA now allows). This could have been Mark Stoops and Reed laying the groundwork for that, which would be huge for Kentucky football.

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Former Kentucky coach Hal Mumme hired as OC at Jackson State | Kentucky Sports Radio
Former Kentucky coach and current Belhaven (D3) head coach Hal Mumme has accepted an offer to become offensive coordinator at Jackson State University.

Hiring Ed Reed would be a game changer for Kentucky | Kentucky Sports Radio
Hiring NFL Legend Ed Reed as the team's 10th assistant would be a game changer for Kentucky.

Hamidou Diallo should rise in 2018 NBA mock drafts - SEC Country
Time to move up Hamidou Diallo (and maybe some other Kentucky basketball players) in 2018 NBA mock drafts. Round-up of the Cats in various mocks.

Calipari watches 4-star junior power forward - Cats' Pause
No one can accuse Kentucky coach John Calipari of not putting in an honest day's work Saturday.

Kentucky Falls to No. 3 Louisville on Sunday | University of Kentucky | Official Athletic Site
Maci Morris scored 16 points, but the Kentucky women's basketball lost to No. 3 Louisville 87-63 on Sunday at Memorial Coliseum.

Karl-Anthony Towns continues to do amazing things off the court | Kentucky Sports Radio
Karl-Anthony Towns continues to do amazing things off the court while playing for the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Wagner, Thomas engage in war of words after loss -
The Seattle Seahawks found themselves on the wrong end of Sunday's NFC West battle with the Los Angeles Rams, and then in an friendly-fire war of words.

Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson selling NFL team - ESPN
Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson is selling the NFL franchise amid accusations that include sexual harassment and a racial slur toward a scout who has since left the team.

Controversial end leads to Patriots win over Steelers | FOX Sports
Patriots rally behind Gronkowski, edge Steelers 27-24

After nearly losing his leg, Teddy Bridgewater makes an emotional return for the Vikings - The Washington Post
A standing ovation greets a quarterback who suffered a devastating knee injury.

Bengals caught in the dark by report of Marvin Lewis' decision to leave team - Cincinnati Enquirer
The Cincinnati Bengals were caught in the dark by report of Marvin Lewis' decision to leave team following the 2017 season.

Jimmy Time! Garoppolo leads 49ers to third straight win | FOX Sports
As his ecstatic teammates rushed Robbie Gould to celebrate the kicker's game-winning field goal, Jimmy Garoppolo slowly walked the other way despite his own spectacular first home start and pulling off a wild December win against a playoff contender.

Kobe Bryant returns to Staples Center for jersey retirement, but he never really left – LA Times
Since Kobe Bryant retired in April 2016, he might have physically been gone, but he never really left Staples Center. Now there will be a new reminder there every day of what he meant to the Lakers.

Is in-state recruiting becoming a concern for Kentucky? | Lexington Herald Leader
The University of Kentucky is not expected to sign a football player directly out of a Kentucky high school for 2018. In men’s basketball, UK has no recruited, in-state player on scholarship this season. In women’s basketball, UK has watched five of six highly ranked in-state prospects go elsewhere in the past two years.