Found December 25, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
Ray Lewis and Ed Reed have been the core of the Baltimore Ravens’ stellar defense over the past decade, but both players are aging and at some point may either retire or move to another team. CBS Sports’ Jason LaCanfora reported on Sunday that the team is bracing for the possibility of life without both players. Lewis is 37 and has been out since tearing his triceps in Week 6. He is scheduled to earn $5.4 million next season, and LaCanfora says the Ravens are leery about paying him that kind of money to potentially be a part-time player. Additionally, the team reportedly is concerned that Lewis wouldn’t accept being a part-time player should matters come to that. Given Lewis’ age, there has been looming speculation that the 13-time Pro Bowler might retire after the season. We have heard that might be the case, though it’s possible he might want to return to play a full season rather than go out following an injury. Reed will be an unrestricted free agent after the season, and the 34...

Ray Lewis elevated to active roster

After a nearly three-month absence, the Ravens announced that the player that embodies the team's heart and soul has been elevated to the active roster.

Report: Ed Reed likely won’t be suspended for hit on Victor Cruz

According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed likely won’t be suspended for his hit on Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, but he’ll likely be fined. #Ravens S Ed Reed can breath easier. I’m told a fine is probable for his shot on Victor Cruz. Suspension is unlikely. Still under review — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 24, 2012   Need NFL...

Lewis activated, won't play Sunday

Linebacker Ray Lewis has been added to the Baltimore Ravens' 53-man roster, but coach John Harbaugh says the 17-year veteran will not play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. The 37-year-old was placed on the injured reserve-designated to return list after tearing his right triceps on Oct. 14. He returned to practice on Dec. 5, and in order for him to be eligible for the...

Ravens Expect Ray Lewis To Play In Their Wild Card Matchup

The Baltimore Ravens have announced that they’ve added LB Ray Lewis has been added to their active roster for the first time since he suffered a triceps tear back in Week 6.  The Ravens placed Lewis on injured reserve, but added the designation that would allow him to return later in the season. Lewis will not play in this weekend’s matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals...

Ravens Injury Report: Ray Lewis Out for Regular Season

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is not expected to return from his triceps tear before the end of the regular season, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has learned that Lewis is not expected to return from his triceps tear before the end of the regular season. A return for the playoffs remains a possibility. Rapoport adds that a return...

Ravens Rumors: Ray Lewis, Ed Reed Done in Baltimore?

It’s hard to imagine a Baltimore Ravens team that doesn’t include linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed. However, this could become a reality “a lot sooner than later,” according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports. Ravens stalwarts and expected future Hall of Famers Rays Lewis and Ed Reed have spent their entire careers in Baltimore, anchoring what has long been a dominant...

Lewis returns to Ravens' active roster but unlikely to play Sunday

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was placed on the active roster Wednesday but is not expected to play Sunday in the regular-season finale against Cincinnati. Lewis returned to practice three weeks ago but hasn't played in a game since he suffered a torn triceps during a loss to Dallas in October. Wednesday's move allows the perennial Pro Bowler to be eligible for...

Ray Lewis Won't Return For Week 17

Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis was activated Wednesday, but coach John Harbaugh said he would not play in the season finale.Fantasy Spin:It appears Lewis is healthy and the Ravens are just saving him for the playoffs. New England is using a similar approach with Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski, who has missed four weeks in a row because of a broken forearm.

Ed Reed, Teammate Bryant McKinnie Sing ‘Silent Night’ in Karaoke Style (Video)

Ed Reed is generally known as one of the most imposing players in the NFL. The free safety has earned a reputation over the years as a defensive force, an eight-time Pro Bowl selection and former defensive player of the year. So, perhaps he doesn’t want his competition seeing his softer side. Back on Dec. 2, the evening of a 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Reed and his Ravens...

Ed Reed, Bryant McKinnie sing karaoke

Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed and offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie were filmed singing Silent Night at a bar following a loss to the Steelers on December 2nd. The Ravens can now celebrate and sing more songs after blowing out the Giants this past Sunday and clinching the AFC North.     Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement...

John Harbaugh says Ray Lewis won’t play next week

Following today’s big win over the Giants, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh confirmed that linebacker Ray Lewis won’t be ready to play in next week’s season finale, but they’re hoping to be on the field for the playoffs. John Harbaugh confirmed that Ray Lewis won’t play next week. They’re aiming for him to return in playoffs. — Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun...

Six Ravens selected to Pro Bowl

The Ravens have a lot of Pro Bowlers again. The team announced that six players have been selected to the Pro Bowl. Those players are as follows: S Ed Reed (ninth Pro Bowl – selected as a starter) DT Haloti Ngata (fourth Pro Bowl) FB Vonta Leach (third Pro Bowl – selected as a starter) RB Ray Rice (third Pro Bowl) G Marshal Yanda (second Pro Bowl – selected as a starter) WR...
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