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The Baltimore Ravens are preparing for their appearance in Super Bowl XLVII next Sunday. The game will be the last for legendary linebacker Ray Lewis. Another veteran of the Ravens defense isn’t planning on making Sunday’s game his last though, S Ed Reed. The 34-year old defender told reporters he plans to return for a 12th season in 2013. “I’ll be playing next year. No. It’s not my last ride, I just bought a bike,” Reed told reporters. The question now becomes, where Reed will play next season. Reed holds the all-time franchise record for interceptions with the Ravens and their is always the chance that he returns for another season with Baltimore. If the Ravens are able to work out a deal with QB Joe Flacco, Baltimore could place the franchise tag on Reed for the 2013 season. There is also the possibility that Reed could explore free agency, taking his hard hitting game to a different city. He shouldn’t have any problems finding employment around the league, and I wouldn’t be surp...

Patriots could reportedly lure Ed Reed away from Baltimore

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the chances are that safety Ed Reed will re-sign with the Baltimore Ravens after this season, but the belief around the league is that the one team to watch would be the New England Patriots. The Patriots could swoop in and up the ante to assure they land Reed.  There biggest problem over the past few years has been their secondary and Reed would...

Ed Reed will not retire after the Super Bowl

Ed Reed will not retire after Super Bowl XLVII. Reed had considered retirement the last two offseasons.   click to read more!

Ed Reed says he is coming back next year, which means....absolutely nothing

Ed Reed says he'll play next year. Have some doubts it will be with Baltimore. — gregg rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) January 24, 2013 So yeah, there has been a lot of clamor from Pats fans about the potential of Ed Reed to the Pats. So, anything Ed Reed says or does, is now Patriots news. Awesome. If Baltimore wins, I think there is a 99% chance you see Reed retire. He has...

Ravens' Reed will return next season

Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed intends to return next season. There was speculation that the 34-year-old Reed might retire after the Ravens complete their Super Bowl run next Sunday. But Reed said Thursday, ''I'll be playing next year.'' Teammate Ray Lewis announced earlier this month that would be his ''last ride.'' Reed said, '&...

Ed Reed Not Ready To Retire After Super Bowl

When asked if he was considering retirement, Ravens safety Ed Reed responded, "I'll be playing next year. Next question."Fantasy Spin:2013 will be Reed's 12th season in the NFL. Reed tied for the team-lead in interceptions this season with four. Next week's game against the 49ers will mark the 34-year-old's first trip to the Super Bowl.

Ed Reed says he’s not retiring, will be back next year

While talking to the media today, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed was asked if he plans on retiring after the Super Bowl, like his teammate Ray Lewis. “I’ll be playing next year. Next question,” said Reed, per the Baltimore Sun. My thought was that if the Ravens win next week’s Super Bowl, Reed would ride off into the Sunset with Lewis, but I guess not.  Then again things...

Reed says he intends to play next season

Trying to figure out Ed Reed is very difficult. He has spoken about retirement for a couple years and held out of offseason activities this past season. He now says he’s coming back to play next season, according to a report. That question is which team will it be? Reed is a free agent at season’s end and there haven’t been any negotiations with the Ravens on a new contract...

Ravens' Reed returning next season

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is hoping to end his career on a Super Bowl high. Teammate Ed Reed is returning next season regardless. "I'll be playing next year," Reed told reporters Thursday before Baltimore's practice for the Feb. 3 Super Bowl. When Lewis announced his intention to retire after the season, he called it a "last ride." The...

And on the first day that Ed Reed was a free agent Bill...

And on the first day that Ed Reed was a free agent Bill Belichick appeared outside his window… Nice work from @ErikFrenz via @RumfordJohnny.

Tom Brady apologized to Ed Reed after he slid into him (Video)

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady apologized to Ravens’ safety Ed Reed after sliding into him during last week’s AFCc title game. Brady ended up getting fined $10,000, but as you can see from the video above, it doesn’t seem like it was intentional.   Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref...

Patriots QB Tom Brady Fined 10k for Slide into Ed Reed

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was fined $10,000 by the National Football League earlier this week for his aggressive spikes-up slide into Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed during Sunday’s AFC Championship game, according to Ian Rapoport of The league fined Brady $10,000 for the slide, a source informed of the fine told's Ian Rapoport on Wednesday...

Tom Brady Fined $10,000 For Sliding Into Ed Reed has confirmed that Tom Brady has been fined $10k for unnecessary roughness for his leg up slide into Ed Reed. The incident occurred in the second quarter when Brady scrambled for the first down then slide leg first right as Ed Reed approached. After the game Ravens’ Bernard Pollard called Brady out for the action referring to the kick as ‘bullcrap’. Brady has since apologized t...

Tom Brady fined by NFL for slide

The NFL fined Tom Brady for sliding with his cleats high on Ed Reed. Brady apologized to Reed for the slide, which may have led to the fine.

NFL fines Brady $10K for slide

The NFL has fined New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady $10,000 for his slide into Ed Reed in Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Baltimore Ravens. The action taken by the league was first reported by During the final minute of the first half, Brady slid to the ground at the end of a scramble with his legs raised up. He hit Reed, who was not injured,...
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