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NFL Rumors – New York Jets or New England Patriots Will Sign Ed Reed

Posted on 14 Nov, 2013, by in NFL

Released by the Houston Texans, it doesn’t seem like Ed Reed is going to finish the season without a team. Both the New England Patriots and the New York Jets have shown some interest in the veteran Safety, who hasn’t been having the best of seasons which also might be his last in the NFL. More

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2013 NFL Free Agency – Ed Reed & Brian Urlacher Find New Homes

Posted on 21 Mar, 2013, by in NFL

Nothing lasts forever, especially in the NFL, where team-player loyalty doesn’t exist; it’s all about production and money. Ed Reed left the Baltimore Ravens after 11 seasons to the Houston Texans, while Brian Urlacher, a 13-year veteran with the Chicago Bears, will play for someone else next season. More

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NFL Rumors – Ed Reed Might End Up With the Baltimore Ravens

Posted on 20 Mar, 2013, by in NFL

Initially, Ed Reed sounded like he wants to play for the New England Patriots. A little bit later, the New Orleans Saints, being his hometown, more or less, came on the radar. The Houston Texans were next, and probably the closest to striking a deal with the free agent. Now, maybe he’ll end up returning to the Baltimore Ravens to retire with them. More

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NFL Rumors – Houston Texans on the Verge of Signing Ed Reed

Posted on 15 Mar, 2013, by in NFL

While piece after piece of the Baltimore Ravens keeps drifting away, their all-time interceptions leader seems to be next one to go, as Ed Reed is very close according to everyone involved, including himself and the Houston Texans, to find himself a new team. More

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NFL Rumors – Ed Reed Going to New England Patriots or Indianapolis Colts

Posted on 7 Mar, 2013, by in NFL

It seems unlikely that the Baltimore Ravens will be able to, or even want (at least not too badly) to re-sign Ed Reed, especially with other players they need to give deals to, who have a long future ahead of them than Reed. Still, there’s plenty of interest and money out there for the future hall of fame safety, most likely with the New England Patriots or the Indianapolis Colts. More

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NFL Rumors – New Orleans Saints Interested in Ed Reed

Posted on 5 Feb, 2013, by in NFL

After winning a Super Bowl in Louisiana, there’s a chance Ed Reed might choose to end his career in his native state as well. The Baltimore Ravens need to decide if they’re re-signing the All-Pro safety or not, while other teams, including the New Orleans Saints, think of the right offer to attract the 34 year old Safety. More

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NFL Rumors – Anquan Boldin Not Staying With the Baltimore Ravens

Posted on 4 Feb, 2013, by in NFL

Despite catching a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl and in almost every playoff game this season, there’s a good chance Anquan Boldin will no longer be playing for the Baltimore Ravens in 2013, because by doing other necessary moves, they’re going to be way above the the salary cap. More

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NFL Rumors – Ed Reed Wants to Play for New England Patriots

Posted on 31 Jan, 2013, by in NFL

Maybe it’s just a negotiation tactic before the Baltimore Ravens offer Ed Reed what might be his final NFL contract, but there seems to be genuine interest from the All-Pro safety to play for another team before he retires, stating the New England Patriots as a very possible option. More

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Super Bowl XLVII – Ravens Defense vs 49ers Offense

Posted on 30 Jan, 2013, by in NFL

Running is the basis to the San Francisco 49ers success on offense, but it’s not the entire story. Colin Kaepernick has a great arm and a bunch of talented receivers to use when he wants to take the load of his own legs or Frank Gore. The Baltimore Ravens will struggle finding answers in order to contain them. More

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Super Bowl XLVII – Beyond Ray Lewis and the Harbaugh Brothers

Posted on 24 Jan, 2013, by in NFL

Two things you’re going to hear a lot about in the coming week: The Harbowl or Superbaugh, focusing on the head coaching battle between John and Jim Harbaugh, and Ray Lewis playing his final career game in the Super Bowl. There’s more to this game for both the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens: Ed Reed, Randy Moss, Matt Birk and even the Vic Fangio story line. More