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Texans successfully lure Ed Reed
Ed Reed has reportedly agreed to terms with the Houston Texans.
The Baltimore Ravens enjoyed Reed’s services for his entire career, to date, but when it came time for #20 to look at his final years in the league, it seems the Texans had the best plan for his financial future.
Unlike his buddy, Ray Lewis, who retired at the end of last season as a lifetime Raven, Reed will no longer be able to leave Baltimore with the same fanfare.
I’m sure the Super Bowl ring he earned in February will be consolation enough, though.
Details of his new deal have not been released and the contract has not been finalized, but CBS Sports says the agreement has been struck.
The Texans ended their 2012 campaign with a record of 12-4, won the AFC South, and played two playoff games, eventually losing to the New England Patriots.
Ed Reed may not be at the top of his game anymore, physically, but his experience and football acumen are enviable. He should...
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Looks like Ray Lewis won't be the only long-time Ravens defender who won't be back in Charm City next season.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Baltimore Ravens aren’t very confident that they’ll be able to re-sign free agent safety Ed Reed.
I just don’t see how the Ravens can afford Reed. They’re currenly $9 million over the salary cap, but will need some of that money to sign their rookies in the upcoming...
Safety Ed Reed remains unsigned, and it appears his decision
on where to play next season and beyond has come down to two teams, the
Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans.
The Ravens are reportedly still in play for Reed. However,
their real interest in re-signing the veteran is unknown, as is their ability
to fit him into their already tight budget. Baltimore has had to watch several...
The Houston Texans showed Ed Reed some southern hospitality last week during his visit to the city, but the two parties went their separate ways without a deal.
The Texans showed Reed hospitality, but didn’t show him the money. The Houston Chronicle is reporting that the Texans offered Reed a three-year $12 million deal, and that’s not good enough for Reed. The two sides...
Former Ravens safety Ed Reed has officially signed his new contract with the Houston Texans.
“It is truly a great day for our franchise. We announce the signing of Ed Reed as a Houston Texan.” said general manager Rick Smith at today’s press conference.
Texans’ owner Bob McNair is fired up over signing Reed.
“We haven’t had that guy that’s a center fielder and can cover...
Season 3, Episode 86 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed leaving for the Houston Texans for starters and then get into talking about the new rule changes that were passed on Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings.
We move on to talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers depth on the Steelers offensive line as we move closer...
Max value of Ed Reed’s deal is about $15 million over three years … And, again, around $6 million in Year 1.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 22, 2013
Ed Reed is getting a 3 year deal worth $15 mil with $5 guaranteed.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) March 22, 2013
Today the Houston Texans announced the signing of their new safety, Ed Reed. Reed’s contract is a...
I think Mike Loyko of NEPatriotsDraft summed it up well:
I would have loved Ed Reed in New...
The Houston Texans just couldn’t figure out how to defend Tom Brady and the Patriots’ passing attack in 2012. So, they’re enlisting a new enforcer to help get them over the hump.
Ed Reed agreed to join the Texans on Wednesday, according to Jason La Confora of CBS Sports. The deal is reportedly for two years and La Confora inferred it could pay Reed an average of $6 million...
As Baltimore Ravens fans anxiously await the news of their future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed signing with another team, the fans can at least be a little bit optimistic that a potential return to Baltimore is still in the cards.
Why should Ravens fans be optimistic? The answer is two fold, after the Houston Texans basically treated Ed Reed like he was Peyton Manning last year...