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Safety Ed Reed has been fined $55,000 for a hit he delivered on Victor Cruz in Sunday’s win, according to reports.
It’s the second time this season Reed has been fined $50,000 or more for a hard hit.
At least Reed wasn’t suspended.
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It looks as though the Ravens are going to proceed with playing their starters this week against the Bengals. With the exception of Haloti Ngata and Marshal Yanda added to the injury list, the Ravens seem to be recovering nicely. Analysts had expressed concern about losing momentum heading into the playoffs and that is the last thing anyone wants. Ray Lewis has already been ruled...
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed was fined $55,000 by the NFL for his high hit on the New York Giants' Victor Cruz last weekend.
Reed struck the wide receiver in the head and neck area, and was penalized for the hit in the game. He had a one-game suspension for several helmet-to-helmet hits reduced to a $50,000 fine last month.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh was asked if Reed'...
It certainly has been a strange year for the Baltimore Ravens. Just a month ago, there was talk at them making at run at the top seed in the AFC. Then just before their win over the Giants last Sunday, there were whispers of ways they could possibly miss the playoffs with a fourth consecutive loss.
Despite their fast start, the Ravens offense has struggled mightily all season...
Listening to John Harbaugh field a question today from Brent Hollander on WBAL-AM about whether the head coach should rest his regulars against Cincinnati on Sunday...I was struck by how much has changed for the Ravens psyche in just a week, and how differently the question would be framed today if the favored Giants had beaten the Ravens last Sunday.
The Ravens (10-5) have...
While the Ravens decided to move linebacker Ray Lewis from
the short-term injured reserve list to the 53-man roster, the future Hall of
Famer still isn’t going to suit up Sunday when Baltimore takes on the
Cincinnati Bengals, according to Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk.
The Ravens have moved Lewis from short-term injured reserve
to the 53-man roster, but they have...
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 safety Ed Reed will be available Sunday against the Bengals as well as the playoffs as he will not be suspended for the hit he put on wide receiver Victor Cruz during Week 16′s win over the Giants, per Jay Glazer.
Ed Reed has been fined another $55,000 for hit on Victor Cruz in Sundays game vs giants. No suspension but 55k fine
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) December 28, 2012...
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...
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.
With the Baltimore Ravens taking on the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 17 of the regular season this game could have had more ramifications than it currently does. As it sits now, the Ravens, after their win over the Giants on Sunday, have clinched the AFC North and are currently in the fourth seed for the playoffs.The Bengals, after their last second thriller in Pittsburgh, now own...
Last week: 8 (+0)
Net points per drive: 0.31 (10th)
DVOA: 11.1% (8th)
Weighted DVOA: 9.5% (10th)
QB Joe Flacco: 25 of 36 for 318 yards and 2 touchdowns, 1 throw away, 1 hit as thrown, 1 drop, 100.9 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 14 of 36 drop backs (11 of 14, 2 touchdowns, 1 throw away, 1 hit as thrown)
RB Ray Rice: Rushed for 107 yards (63 after contact) on...
This isn’t the injury report, but it’s something to plan for next season.
The Ravens will once again play a first place schedule. They also play the AFC East. With that said, here are the Ravens’ non-divisional opponents and where they play them next season.
At home: New England, New York Jets, Green Bay, Minnesota and Houston
On the road: Buffalo, Miami, Chicago, Detroit and Denver