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Scott Reynolds

Scott Reynolds is in his 23rd year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds enjoys giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: sr@pewterreport.com

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    Praying right now.

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    Well done Scott. Amen.

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    How awful for that young man…

    Best wishes AND prayers go out for his full recovery.

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    I also believe in the power of prayer having seen God do many miraculous things over the years in response to prayer. I love football and my Bucs, but the pales in comparison to my passion for God. Know that I will lift up X in my prayers and will put his name out to my prayer network. JesusChurch in Brandon will also be praying.

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    My prayers sent!

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    As a Christian myself I have already sent up a prayer for the young man. Jesus is still in the healing business!

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    Boid Fink

    Strength be with you. You will be okay, you will endure and become stronger. Prayers and thoughts for you, sir.


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    Mark Cook

    Thanks much everyone. I know this isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but the family and Scott appreciate it more than you know. SR visited before One Buc today, no new news but he will update as soon as there is something to report.

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    Well said, God bless young man.

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    As a Christian I know they’re many things in life that we are not privileged to understand. But this I know, God is sovereign and He is good. Thank you, Scott for calling for prayer for this young man. I am honored to join with you and the others. It is our faith in action.

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    The Anomaly

    Many thoughts and prayers for this young man and his family!!!

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    Let me start by saying I’m a christian but I don’t believe in the power of prayer otherwise everyone would be saved by it, I pray for a safe journey if he passes and thats all we can do. God doesn’t pick and choose who to save, but he will let them into his kingdom if worthy

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    Prayers your way!

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    The Husker Prayer says it all. I’m sending the most precious gift God has for us all; Love.

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    Uncle Stan

    As a Christian, may Jesus bless this young man and speed him on to the road to recovery. My prayer sent.

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    May God be there to comfort this family during this difficult time. I don’t know what God’s plan is for X, nor does anyone else, but I pray that we can get a blessing out of it. If its his time to go be with the Lord, I pray that his family knows he will not suffer. If God desires that X recover, I pray that the recovery will be full and smooth, regardless, I pray that his family and friends find comfort with the Lord at this time!

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    Hey Xavier Johnson, any fan of Lavante David is a fan of mine; get well, so you can do more great things, and see more Lavonte and the Bucs.

    I can’t imagine a worse situation than for someone to not be able to enjoy what they loved to do and see, when those things are coming.

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    Prayers and Best wishes.

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    Thinking positive thoughts for the young man. Religious or not, we should all have a heart and set aside what are ultimately minor differences when the health of a friend is at stake. I wish Xavier a speedy recovery.

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    Prayers for a quick recovery and the healing hand of God the great physician

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    God bless you with a speedy recovery, X.

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