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Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed is an unrestricted free agent, and his choice of team has been narrowed down to two: the Houston Texans and the Baltimore Ravens. According to Adam Schefter, it could go either way. Then Pitbull got involved.
You’ve been a pro for a long time now, long acknowledged to be one of the best at what you do. You’re headed for the Hall of Fame some day… but your career hasn’t included the ultimate achievement of a championship… until now. What do you do to celebrate? You sing. Do you care if you’re not an especially talented singer? Of course not.
Remember when Tom Brady slide-kicked Ed Reed during the AFC title game, didn’t get flagged, and people freaked out because clearly Brady was receiving preferential treatment? Well, now there’s a new reason to complain that Brady received preferential treatment!
Ed Reed was in hot water after putting a punishing helmet-to-helmet hit on Emmanuel Sanders in last week’s Ravens-Steelers game. The water got so hot that the NFL reached a boiling point and decided to suspend Reed for one game, docking him of his $423,529 single-game check. But they had a change of heart. Read more after the jump.
Sad news out of Louisiana. The body of a man who jumped into the Mississippi River to evade police has been identified as Brian Reed, the brother of Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed.
Almost three weeks after Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed’s brother went missing, a search team recovered a body it believes to be Brian Reed. An autopsy today should confirm the identity of the body.
On Sunday, after the Ravens 30-7 win in Kansas City, Ed Reed became visibly emotional when talking about his missing brother in a postgame locker room speech.
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed will play in Sunday’s playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs, despite the fact that his brother, Brian, is missing.