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The Ravens safety has taken issue with how he says the media twisted his comments about playing for Bill Belichick into meaning that he wants to be a Patriot.
There have been many reports that Ravens safety Ed Reed could leave Baltimore this offseason and sign with the Patriots.
Reed is upset with the media because he says his quotes were taken out of context and that he likely won’t be in New England next season.
“The bad part about this is that you all ask the question, but don’t write down everything that someone says,” Reed...
We already know the New England Patriots will likely be in play to land Ravens safety Ed Reed in free agency. There’s also a chance the Indianapolis Colts could make a run at him as well.
Colts head coach Chuck Pagano was Reed’s defensive coordinator in Baltimore and the Colts were a playoff team this season.
I think the Patriots have the best shot at signing Reed. They might...
The NFL has a bigger drug problem than Ray Lewis and his deer antler velvet extract.
It's the game of football itself.
The habit is so strong that players will literally risk life and limb for the opportunity to take the field and enjoy all the other trappings the sport brings.
Ed Reed is one of those junkies. The Baltimore Ravens all-star safety admitted Tuesday to suffering...
NEW ORLEANS - Watching the New York Giants hoist the Lombardi Trophy last season wasn't the happy ending the San Francisco 49ers had in mind. It's driving their focus preparing for Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, where the team buzzword is everywhere. "Finish," said running back Frank Gore. "We finish. And last year we didn't finish. So we say we have...
Ravens S Ed Reed told reporters that he could “definitely” see himself playing for Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, per Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald.
“He is a great coach.” said Reed, ”I’m sure he can help me to expand my football knowledge even more as a player and as a coach, so if I’m ever able to be around him, just like I was at the Pro Bowl, it’s huge...
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed admitted that he feels the effects of playing football, but he’s OK with them because he knew what he was getting into.
“I feel effects from it,” Reed said Tuesday at Super Bowl Media Day, per NFL.com. “Some days, I wake up and I’m like, ‘Where did my memory go?’ But I signed up for it.”
Reed was asked if Junior Seau signed up for...
After the AFC Championship Game between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots ended, we got the impression that a lot of the guys in purple and black despise Tom Brady and company. Despite the fact that Brady may have tried to cleat him during the game, Ed Reed does not sound like he is one of the Ravens players who dislike the Patriots.
With Reed set to become a free agent...
Bill Belichick has long been enamored by the play of Ravens safety Ed Reed, and it's looking like the feeling may be mutual.
Reed said that he could see himself playing for Belichick, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald. Reed is a free agent after the Super Bowl, and has said that he does not plan to retire.
"I could definitely play for coach Belichick,"Reed...
Our friends at TMZ have received exclusive video footage of three of the 49ers stars, Patrick Willis, Frank Gore and Michael Crabtree, hitting one of New Orleans’ top strip clubs. The venue of choice was the esteemed Penthouse Club on Bourbon Street.
Never heard of the Penthouse Club? This place is no joke. Something tells us that these guys splurged on the Executive Suite:
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree credits his breakout season to quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Crabtree finished the regular-season with a career-best 85 receptions for 1,105 yards and nine touchdowns.
The 25-year-old says
During the Baltimore Ravens media day at Super Bowl XLVII we asked Terrell Suggs, Ed Reed, Haloti Ngata, Bernard Pollard, and Corey Graham if they would be able to shut down Joe Flacco if he played for a different team.