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Greg A. Bedard reports that league sources have informed him that the Patriots are expected to attempt to lure away Ravens FS Ed Reed with an offer worth close to $5 million per year.
There’s been a lot of talk that the Patriots were likely to target Reed given that he’s one of Bill Belichick’s favorite players.
Baltimore has said that Reed is one of their top offseason priorities, but Joe Flacco’s contract figures to have an impact on what they can do in regards to retaining their free agents.
Bedard believes free agent Charles Woodson wouldn’t be a great fit for them, despite speculation that he too could be an option for the Pats.
The Indianapolis Colts have also been tossed out as a potential landing spot for Reed given his time playing under Chuck Pagano.
We have Reed listed as the No. 39 best available player in our recently updated Top 50 Free Agents list.
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Ed Reed has hit the Oscars red carpet to do a bit of schmoozing with the stars, as well as conduct interviews for the Rich Eisen Podcast on NFL.com.
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed is working the Red Carpet at the Oscars for NFL Network. It looks like the Super Bowl Champion and All-Pro is having a great time with it.
Well this got us thinking … Cooler trophy: Oscar or Lombardi? #oscars twitter.com/NFL_ATL/status…
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Ed Reed on the carpet. #oscars twitter.com/NFL_ATL/status…...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, safety Ed Reed hasn’t spoken with the Baltimore Ravens about a new contract yet.
Future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed has not talked to the team about a new contract and is another free agent. Those sides could speak soon, and Reed is in the process of discussing signing with an agent after representing himself for the past few years...
The Baltimore Ravens are taking some major blows this offseason with not only Ray Lewis retiring, but Matt Birk as well. Impending unrestricted free agents Ed Reed, Paul Kruger, Dannell Ellerbe and Joe Flacco guaranteed to get the franchise tag puts the Ravens in a minor crisis.
However Kruger and Ellerbe are likely to return, but the Ravens have to get the 2013 NFL draft right...
Ed Reed was the red carpet correspondent for the NFL Network’s Oscar coverage and had a rather memorable exchange with Cincinatti native George Clooney.
As USA Today reports Reed moved to interview the Oscar winner when Clooney greeted him with the following
“You hurt me bad; I’m a Bengals fan.”
Of course the exchange was all in good spirit as Clooney, like many others...
They must of though I was Jamie Foxx Juan…
The Oscars are really not my cup of tea and from what I heard they weren’t all that great. I was happy to see that Tarantino won for best screenplay and that Christopher Waltz won for best supporting actor in Django.
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The free-agent market is chock full of game-changers this offseason, and many expect the Patriots to make a splash when the league year officially begins March 12.
Should Ed Reed be let go by the Ravens, the veteran safety would immediately jump to the forefront of the Patriots’ offseason plans. Bill Belichick is a known admirer of the 34-year-old safety, and addressing a weak...
Los Angeles is the Sports Entertainment capital of the world. Therefore, it’s only right that on Hollywood’s biggest night, a couple of jocks bask in the aura of The Academy Awards limelight. Super Bowl Champion Ed Reed hit the red carpet for the NFL network. Make sure to note his monogrammed shirt.
George Clooney reportedly told Reed that he “hurt him bad” with that Super...
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that sources have informed him that it’s unlikely that the Ravens will be able to reach an agreement with LT Bryant McKinnie before the start of free agency on March 13.
La Canfora adds that a soft market could lead to McKinnie returning for another, despite some concerns regarding his weight and overall commit to the...
The 2013 Academy Awards/ Oscars took place Last Night in Los Angeles, even though I’m not a big fan of this long and boring televised event,but still caught a Glimpses throughout the night as I left my television on while typing away on my Laptop. One of the most entertaining moments of the Oscars is the pre-show as you get to check out the chic attire that some of celebrities...
The Patriots may be doing their best to look relaxed and disinterested in the thick of the NFL combine and offseason planning, but the team showed this week that not all is as calm as it appears. With franchise tags and free agent choices approaching quickly, things could really start to shake up soon.
Tom Brady‘s contract extension Monday woke New England from its offseason snooze...
Baltimore Ravens safety, Ed Reed, drew excitement from celebrities on the front lines of the 2013 Oscars red carpet. Following in the footsteps of Hines Ward, who worked the red carpet last year, the Super Bowl champ was tapped to cover this season’s “Super Bowl for movies.” Reed served as “The Rich Eisen Podcast” red carpet correspondent for the 85th annual Academy...
It came as a surprise when word came down that the hard partying tight end was not going to be working the red carpet at the Oscars Sunday night something had to be wrong.
Here you had one of the wildest, craziest, and most charismatic young players in the game being handed a microphone and told to talk to some of the hottest women in the world (and the dudes too if he wanted...