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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Ravens’ players seem to believe that this is Ed Reed‘s last season in Baltimore.
Reed, 34, is set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason. La Canfora specifically mentioned that the Dolphins, Saints and Falcons as potential suitors for the veteran pro bowler.
Reed played college at the University of Miami and he was born in Louisiana. He currently lives in Atlanta, so you can see the connections to these teams.
One other team to watch is the New England Patriots, assuming that he’s prepared to leave. Bill Belichick has been a long time admirer of Reed, and they can always use help in their secondary.
Baltimore will have a number of key players to address in the coming months and after what Joe Flacco did on Sunday, it’s hard to imagine him not securing a massive contract. We have Reed listed as the No. 38 best available player in our Top 50 Free Agents list.
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NewsTags: Howie RosemanJason La CanforaPhiladelphia EaglesCBSSports.com reporter Jason La Canfora wrote an article which went after the jugular of Eagles GM Howie Roseman. He blamed Roseman for many of the mistakes which were made during Andy Reid’s tenure with the Birds in addition to accusing him of hurting the Eagles chances...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com, “esteemed (coaches)“ around the league are reportedly advising potential candidates to not take the Eagles head coaching job due to the presence of GM Howie Roseman.
La Canfora adds that Roseman is “trying to fight a growing perception around the league that he is woefully out of his depth.“
This could be one of the...
It doesn’t give a clear indication over who might be the team’s next GM, but the Browns announced yet another front office hire today. The great Jason La Canfora for CBS Sports has the news:
Browns have hired Jags general counsel Sashi Brown, adding to front office. Browns handles contracts and negotiations …
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 14, 2013
Though he is scheduled to interview with Arizona a second time today, Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy appears likely to sign in San Diego:
Chargers are nearing a deal to make Mike McCoy their head coach. Looks like it will be finalized today. More ahead @cbssports
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 15, 2013
Candidates to replace McCoy in Denver include Adam...
SAN DIEGO - Looks like Mike McCoy might be leaving Denver...so, cue the music...
Jason LaCanfora is reporting that new Chargers GM Tom Telesco has made a decision to replace fired Norv Turner with McCoy, who is currently the Denver Broncos' offensive coordinator. LaCanfora says a deal could very well be finalized by close of business today.
The Cleveland Browns have interviewed Ray Farmer for their presently open general manager/player personnel position. Interviews reportedly occurred last Thursday and once again on Monday.
The Farmer interview happened Thursday before Banner and Haslam went to Charlotte to seal coaching deal.
— Zac Jackson (@FSOhioZJackson) January 12, 2013
Browns interviewed Chiefs exec Ray Farmer...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Philadelphia Eagles interviewed former Ravens head coach Brian Billick this week and he is a candidate for their head coaching vacancy.
La Canfora also reported that while Billick hasn’t been a hot candidate, teams like the Bills have approached him over the years.
I think Billick is a good head coach. I’m not sure why he hasn’t...
Teams within the AFC West seem to like the coordinators from the Denver Broncos. Last season, the Oakland Raiders hired Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen as their head coach. Now, it appears that the San Diego Chargers will raid the Denver coaching ranks this season. CBS Sports insider Jason LaCanfora reports that the Chargers will hire Broncos offensive coordinator Mike...
Fox Sports analyst Jimmy Johnson tweeted this morning that the Chicago Bears will hire Marc Trestman of the Montreal Alouettes as their next head coach.
Looks like 2 of my guys getting NFL jobs..Chud Cleveland and my QB coach at U Trestman to Chicago
— Jimmy Johnson (@JimmyJohnson) January 11, 2013
Since then, numerous beat writers have refuted the idea that the Bears are prepared...