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Wednesday August 29th, 2012

The former FSU player Greg Reid hurt his knee returning a punt in a non-contact drill last week. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Former Florida State and current Valdosta State senior cornerback Greg Reid tore his ACL in the team's final preseason scrimmage, reports CBSSports.com. Reid will be out for the season.

Reid hurt his knee returning a punt in a non-contact drill last week.

Reid was dismissed by Florida State for a violation of team rules and joined the Valdosta State team on August 14. Reid has been arrested twice in the past year, including misdemeanor traffic violations and misdemeanor marijuana possession in July. In addition to being a cornerback, Reid was a good punt returner and at the time he was dismissed from FSU, he needed 313 punt return yards to match the school record held by Deion Sanders.

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