BY NICK ST. DENIS
Former Bills receiver Andre Reed said he's "exhausted" with his yearly Hall-of-Fame snubbing.
"And really, I'm at a loss for words because I've said as much as I could say, politically, the way I want to say it," Reed told The Buffalo News Thursday. "I'm not going to go out and bash anybody. That's not how I work. I don't work like that."
After 16 seasons, Reed retired in 2000 with the third-most receptions (951) and fourth-most yards (13,198) in the league's history. He also caught 78 touchdowns.
Cris Carter, who played in the same era as Reed, caught 130 touchdowns in his career but has also yet to get into the Hall of Fame. Tim Brown, who, like Carter, has more receptions, yards and touchdowns than Reed, is also still on the outside looking in.
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