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Even though the Baltimore Ravens got a big win on Monday night, safety Ed Reed suffered a strained hamstring. The good news is that it’s not considered to be serious, according to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun.
“Ravens star free safety Ed Reed strained his right hamstring during his 34-yard interception return for a touchdown, but it’s not regarded as serious,” reported Wilson.
Reed injured himself while returning an interception for a touchdown that made him the NFL’s all-time leader in interception yards.
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Baltimore Ravens 11-year veteran safety Ed Reed is in the final year of his contract. He has hinted at retirement for the last several years. Reed lobbied for a new deal before the start of training camp but it never came.General Manager Ozzie Newsome has a history of letting go of veteran players before they get too long in the tooth, especially when they demand large contracts...
BALTIMORE - Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed turned 34 today.
Browns and Bengals fans wish he'd hurry up and turn 64. Even then, there's no guarantee he'll quit terrorizing their teams.
Reed's interception of a bad Andy Dalton pass Monday night and subsequent touchdown return not only signaled the start of a Ravens rout over the Bengals, it made Reed the NFL's...
Tonight Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed did what he’s been doing for the past several years, racking up interceptions and turning them into touchdowns.
Reed brought back an errant Andy Dalton pass for a pick six, which now makes him the NFL’s all-time leader in interception yards.
Ed Reed now has 1,497 career interception return yards. That is a new NFL all-time record!
Ravens safety Ed Reed is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia. He suffered a hamstring injury in the Monday night game against the Bengals.Fantasy Spin:Reed appeared to hurt the leg on his 34-yard interception return for a touchdown which gave the Ravens an insurmountable 34-13 lead. He didn't come back into the game, but they were safely ahead with very...
Free safety Ed Reed set a record with his interception in Monday night’s blowout win over the Cincinnati Bengals. However, after that play, he didn’t return to the field.
Reed went to the locker room after injuring his hamstring when he dove in to the end zone.
It wasn’t a big deal because the Ravens already had the game in hand, but it could be a lingering issue for the defense...
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed broke the NFL record for the most interception return yards after he intercepted Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton on Monday night.
Reed returned the interception 34-yards for a touchdown with seconds left in the third quarter. He set a new NFL record of 1,497 career interception return yards. The record was previously held by Rod Woodson with 1...
Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed’s place in Canton, OH was secured long before his team defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 44-13 in the first of game of tonight’s Monday Night Football doubleheader. He came into today with nine career interceptions versus Cincinnati. Late in the third quarter he took the total to [...]
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Ravens vs Bengals Review
Ravens 44 – Bengals 13
On Monday night in Baltimore it was feast or famine during the AFC North battle between the Ravens and the Bengals. The Ravens were undoubtedly the ones feasting while they left the Bengals in a state of starvation looking for answers to where their 7th ranked defense was last night. The Ravens came out firing on all cylinders...
The Cincinnati Bengals travel to the setting of the great HBO series,The Wire, to take on the Baltimore Ravens in the 2012 Monday Night Football debut.Why they took that show off the air, I’ll never know; it’s all vampires, fairies and zombies anymore.But I digress.As usual, I’m on the contrarian side of this game because everybody and their mother, including Stringer Bell...
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Cincinnati 13 @ Baltimore 44
September 10th, 2012
“You were totally worth the money, RayRay!”
Ravens Offense. Good. Night. If Baltimore can put together a complete football game like Monday Night, every week, just had them the Lombardi trophy. Ed Reed and Ray Lewis directly impact the final score by forcing key turnovers...
A visit from the Cleveland Browns might provide the Cincinnati Bengals with an ideal opportunity to rebound from a terrible season-opening performance.
The Bengals look to continue their recent success over their AFC North rivals by trying to hand the visiting Browns an eighth consecutive loss Sunday.
One of three division teams to make the playoffs in 2011, Cincinnati was hoping...