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Ed Reed hilariously pranked by the Buffalo Bills

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Buffalo Bills defensive backs coach Ed Reed has become a victim of a prank by members of his organization.

During his playing career, Reed played for the Baltimore Raves, Houston Texans, and the New York Jets, earning nine Pro Bowl call-ups and winning one Super Bowl. Some may even consider him the greatest of all-time, or G.O.A.T., at the position. It shouldn't be long until he is in the Hall of Fame.

Well, members of the Bills team certainly reflected on this G.O.A.T. status and, as you can see in the tweet further down in this article, played a prank on him accordingly.


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The defensive backs coach tweeted out a picture of two real goats with Bills scarfs on that were underneath his desk in his office.

He tweeted the message: "Prank this morning in my office! But they didn't know we were buddies from awhile back #Bills." It's good to see that the nine-time Pro Bowler has taken the prank in good spirit.

Reed's G.O.A.T. status is rubbing off on the defensive backs he coaches as the Bills have arguably one of the best defenses in the league so far this year, so his teachings are going to good use.

The former safety will be hopeful his team can continue their four-game win streak this weekend when they face off against their divisional rivals the Miami Dolphins.

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