posted on Jul, 14 2004 @ 06:14 PM
Indianapolis, IN (Sports Network) - The Indianapolis Colts trade for defensive end Jamal Reynolds was voided on Wednesday, as the former first-round
pick failed his physical.
Reynolds was traded from Green Bay to Indianapolis back on July 8 in exchange for a future undisclosed draft pick. However, Reynolds failed the Colts'
physical on Wednesday and his rights reverted back to the Packers.
Reynolds was a first-round selection by the Packers and the 10th overall pick of the 2001 draft, but has struggled with injuries in his three NFL
The former Florida State standout has appeared in just 18 games and has compiled 17 tackles with three sacks.
After sustaining a knee injury during his first training camp in 2001, he played just six games and recorded two sacks. Another knee injury in camp
the following year helped limit him to seven games.
The 25-year-old Reynolds had just four tackles in five games last year.
Reynolds won the Lombardi Award as college football's top lineman in his senior year at Florida State. He had 23 1/2 sacks in his four-year career
with the Seminoles and helped the school to a national championship during his junior year.