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Eric Reid Delivered A Dirty Helmet-To-Helmet Hit On Patriots’ Ben Watson (VIDEO)

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New England Patriots tight end Ben Watson is definitely not a happy camper after he hit the turf following a catch in the third preseason game at Gillette Stadium, only to get hit afterwards anyway.

Watson had been tackled already, but Panthers safety Eric Reid came in and delivered a flying helmet-to-helmet hit.

A flag flew for unnecessary roughness.

Reid tried to help Watson up after he was shaken on the play, but Watson was unable to rise to his feet right away.

He had to be seen by trainers and also met with concussion specialists, and did not return to the game.

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