Friday, November 02, 2007

Reid addresses family situation

"I know this is a big story for everybody and I respect that," Reid said at his Friday press conference. "On the other hand, I can't go into questioning on it at this time. However, as parents we have huge concerns for our two boys. This has been a battle we have dealt with here for a few years and I'm sure we'll continue to address the situation. ... Our prayers are obviously with the boys, for their future, and to make sure things work out, where they can live a normal life down the road."

Asked whether he planned to coach the Eagles for the long term, Reid gave a simple answer: "Yes."

Thursday Montgomery County Judge Steven O'Neill castigared Reid while sending his drug-addicted sons to jail. "There isn't any structure there that this court can depend upon," O'Neill said of the Reid household.

The judge also questioned how Reid and his wife Tammy could be blind to the long list of drugs, guns and ammunition that police found in the their home and vehicles.

"These are highly addictive medications that are just around the house with two addicts in it," O'Neill said. "It sounds more or less like a drug emporium."

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