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Baltimore Ravens wide receiver/kick returner David Reed was placed on injured reserve, according to multiple media outlets.He’s being placed on IR after suffering a knee injury Saturday against the Cleveland Browns.The roster spot hasn’t been filled yet. Bookmark It Hide Sites $$('div.d27479').each( function(e) { e.visualEffect('slide_up',{duration:0.5}) });
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