<script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>You had to feel that it was just a matter of time before Reynaud re-signed, and now it is official. As McCormick says, it is a one-year deal. That sets up a very interesting training camp battle between Reynaud and Marc Mariani for the return spot and a roster spot.
This decision was basically put off a year because Mariani suffered that horrific injury during the preseason last year. You cannot afford to carry two returners on the roster, and neither guy is good enough at the position he "plays" to make the roster just based off of that (sorry Mariani lovers).
Reynaud had some decision making issues at times last year, but he was an electric returner for most of the season. I am glad to see them get him signed.