I'd rather he not show up and have the guys behind him get more reps since their isn't a ton of experience at the backup positions.
He came late last year and was hurt and still had about the year I would expect him to have. Big hits, some missed tackles and bad angles in pass coverage. Still a good year for him though.
Side Note: Ed Reed is one of the greatest safeties to play the game. And arguably the best ever (I know I know...Ronnie Lott, but that's the homer in me talking), so my point is.....Ed Reed and Dashon Goldson have VERY LITTLE in common in that sense.
[ Edited by elhebrewhammer on Jul 25, 2012 at 8:56 PM ]