Found January 22, 2012 on
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Ed Reed is active for Baltimore.
Reed is nursing an ankle injury, but the elite free safety will be ready to go at New England with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.
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Excluding any major setbacks, the Baltimore Ravens will have their entire 53-man roster available for Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots. Safety Ed Reed (ankle), who was limited the past two days in practice, had a full practice on Friday and is officially listed as probable for the game in New England, [...]
It’s not surprising to anyone that Patriots coach Bill Belichick loves what Ed Reed does. Seriously, there is a man-crush between the coach and the future Hall of Famer. Of all the players QB Tom Brady and the Patriots face, Reed may present the biggest challenge.
And it’s not just because of his 57 interceptions and propensity to cover the field like he’s on a motor scooter...
Nothing makes the NFL Playoffs better than bathing in other team’s fans tears. Fat Ed Reed so mad he’s just kicking his friends out of his house left and right. He probably doesn’t even live there. All his buddies sitting there in stunned silence. Just sick and tired of fair weather Pats fans all over the
The Baltimore Ravens created their own internal controversy when safety Ed Reed offered a frank quarterbacking assessment of teammate Joe Flacco.
The big hullabaloo in New England this past week? The "schism" between Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez over what their dynamic pairing should be called.
Taking a page from Bill Belichick's Book of Bland, Hernandez joked...
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Safety Ed Reed and linebacker Ray Lewis are the heart and soul of the Ravens’ defense. This could be their last chance at a Super Bowl.
Reed and Lewis grew up living parallel lives — with hardscrabble childhoods, in stellar careers at the University of Miami, as late first-round draft selections by the Ravens — before uniting in Baltimore in 2002, cornerstones of a snarling defense.
That Ed Reed interview we did on Monday's SiriusXM Blitz had some legs this week. Hide the women, children and Joe Flacco!
Let's see who else Sizzled and Fizzled...
Sizzle Eli Manning
As he told The Michael Kay Show this preseason, he's elite. He's on another level of elite, a level that I never saw coming.
In reality, when you break this game down, most matchups...
Ed Reed and ageless Ray Lewis of Baltimore were easy picks for an NFL all-time defensive team. Just ask Bill Belichick, the unit's designated defensive guru.
Seven University of Miami alums have played in three or more Super Bowls during their professional football careers. Vince Wilfork joined that group on Sunday when the New England Patriots reached Super Bowl XLVI. Vince Wilfork: Wallpaper Living Legends: Ray Lewis | Ed Reed
Kevin Van Valkenburg analyzes the heartbreaking defeat in the AFC championship at Gillette Stadium, including, clockwise from top left, a prediction about Joe Flacco's future, what the Ravens should do about Billy Cundiff, Ed Reed's personality, Dannell Ellerbe's struggles and Haloti Ngata's disappearance in the past six weeks.