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Ravens Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed has reportedly moved on to the Houston Texans after putting together a Hall of Fame resume with the Baltimore Ravens.

Reed’s departure is the latest in a series of changes that have fallen like dominoes in a circle.

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Status Radio 3-20-2013

I spoke to Dave Choate (www.thefalcoholic.com) about all things Falcons. I also broke down Ed Reed to the Texans. Crazy night in the NBA, Mets/Yanks injury situations and much more. The Status Radio Revolution is here!!! Check it out for yourself   !StatusRadio_3_20_2013
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