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Despite earlier hints that he might retire or hold out, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed will report to camp on time on Wednesday, coach John Harbaugh said via the team's Twitter account. "Ed Reed will report to training camp tomorrow, according to John Harbaugh. Coach said he had a great talk with the veteran safety," the team tweeted Tuesday. Wednesday is the first day for veterans to report to camp. Reed had said last week he planned to rejoin the team despite missing a mandatory minicamp. Reed, 33, would like a contract extension, but the Ravens apparently want Reed to play out the six-year, $40 million contract he signed in 2006. He is scheduled to make $7.2 million this year. Reed has been named a first-team all-pro five times, and has been named to eight Pro Bowls, including the last six in a row.
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After being rewarded by the Ravens with a new five-year, $40 million dollar contract, running back Ray Rice took care of his family first by buying his mother a new home.
Every Baltimore Raven fan can finally breathe normally and exhale. Ed Reed has reported to training camp.
The Ravens posted a picture on their Twitter feed of Reed entering their team facility today.
PHOTO: Ed Reed walks in the building to report for training camp:yfrog.com/gzla7byj
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) July 25, 2012
According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, rookie linebacker Courtney Upshaw is in line to start at strongside linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens this season.
Just to make things clear, the strongside linebacker spot is not Terrell Suggs’ position, he’s a weakside linebacker. Paul Kruger is set to start in his spot right now.
I hate the idea of a training camp closed to the public... but difficult to argue with the results from last season's closed camp, if it had anything to do with the Ravens' ultimate won-loss record and near-victory in the AFC Championship Game...Still, the good will among Ravens fans was something special at the open training camps in Westminster. It was a joyful outing for...
The Baltimore Ravens lost several of their most trusted and efficient players during the offseason.
Now it's time to find their replacements.
The Ravens are the only NFL team to reach the playoffs in each of the past four seasons, an accomplishment that can be attributed greatly to the continuity of the roster.
Playmakers Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and Haloti...
Though it didn’t originally look like it, multiple sources are reporting that a deal between Joe Flacco and the Ravens could be close. NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah puts the odds at 75%, while ESPN’s Chris Mortensen said that the Ravens are “optimistic” about getting a deal done with Flacco ahead of Training Camp. Meanwhile, Flacco himself expressed confidence about the situation...
In an age where veteran NFL players get to training camp and try to see who can set a new stationary bike record, Ray Lewis is a welcome change of pace. I could have said ray of sunshine, but didn't out of fear of being pancaked by him.From The Baltimore Sun:“It can’t get old because I’m fighting for a starting job,” Lewis said Monday evening during an appearance at the...
After an offseason of “will he, won’t he” in regards of Ed Reed’s desire to play in 2012, Reed has confirmed what many, including teammate Ray Lewis, have believed all along, the Reed will play football this season. 2012 will be Reed’s 11th NFL season, all with the Ravens. Reed, who skipped minicamp, was seen at the Ravens facility this week and is expected to be there...
According to Aaron Wilson of FOX Sports, the Baltimore Ravens have signed linebacker Ricky Brown. Brown has played with the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots in his career.
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