Now all we need is Colin Kaepernick to sign with an NFL team and all is well with the world.
The Carolina Panthers have been decimated by injuries so far this season, with the most recent victim being Da'Norris Searcy, who was placed on Injured Reserve this week after suffering two concussions in the past month.
As a result, the Panthers went out and made a very smart decision.
Reid has finally found a new home after seemingly becoming a target for the highly controversial National Anthem protests. Reid has said he'd continue to kneel, which clearly put off owners of a majority of NFL teams, likely prompting them to instruct front offices to stay away.
But now we have a progressive (we think) owner of the Panthers, so the times are changing in the NFL. Carolina signed him a couple days after wideout Torrey Smith said the the team should give Reid a shot.
Reid has finally found a home after going unsigned throughout the offseason. The six-year veteran has started 69 games at safety over his first five seasons in the NFL, so the Panthers are getting some much-needed experience.