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If the Patriots thought Wes Welker was asking for too much, wait until they get a load of what Ed Reed thinks he should make.
The free agent who has played his entire career with the Baltimore Ravens is apparently not ready to take a pay cut even as he gets up in years. Reed is asking for $7 million a season — what he made in the last year of his deal with Baltimore — from whoever signs him next, according to Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun.
Texans offer to Ed Reed in the three-year, $4 million annual range, per league sources. Reed made $7.2 million last year. Seeking similar— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 19, 2013
While the Texans have reportedly made an offer, other teams said to be interested in the nine-time Pro Bowl safety haven’t made much noise yet. The Patriots have been mentioned in connection to Reed, but that’s more because of coach Bill Belichick‘s affection for Reed’s play, not New England’s willingness to overpay for a veteran when the team has already taken c...
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After winning his first Super Bowl Championship Ravens S Ed Reed got a call from former teammate and Texans WR Andre Johnson. At some point in that conversation Reed asked Johnson to get him to Houston. At the opening of free agency Texans owner Bob Mcnair sent his private jet and GM Rick Smith to bring Reed in for a visit and to negotiate contracts. After keeping everyone waiting...
The Houston Texans recently extended free agent safety Ed
Reed a three-year contract offer, but the sides are not close to reaching an
agreement, according to John McClain of The Houston Chronicle.
McClain and others are reporting that the Texans’ offer to
Reed was for three years and roughly $4 million per season. The veteran made
over $7 million last year, and he’s reportedly...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Baltimore Ravens aren’t very confident that they’ll be able to re-sign free agent safety Ed Reed.
I just don’t see how the Ravens can afford Reed. They’re currenly $9 million over the salary cap, but will need some of that money to sign their rookies in the upcoming...
Season 3, Episode 86 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed leaving for the Houston Texans for starters and then get into talking about the new rule changes that were passed on Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings.
We move on to talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers depth on the Steelers offensive line as we move closer...
Texans successfully lure Ed Reed
Ed Reed has reportedly agreed to terms with the Houston Texans.
The Baltimore Ravens enjoyed Reed’s services for his entire career, to date, but when it came time for #20 to look at his final years in the league, it seems the Texans had the best plan for his financial future.
Unlike his buddy, Ray Lewis, who retired at the end...
Ed Reed has ended his nine-year career with the Ravens by agreeing
to contract terms with the Texans, CBS Sports first reported.
With Ed Reed ready to sign with the Texans, it looks like the Ravens are working on finding his replacement.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens plan on meeting with free agent safety Michael Huff.
The Ravens are expected to bring in Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff for a visit to team headquarters within the next five days, according to league sources...
I spoke to Dave Choate (www.thefalcoholic.com) about all things Falcons. I also broke down Ed Reed to the Texans. Crazy night in the NBA, Mets/Yanks injury situations and much more. The Status Radio Revolution is here!!! Check it out for yourself
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Patriots owner Robert Kraft, still smarting over Wes Welker's departure to Denver, stated that the team made a better financial offer to keep the receiver.
New England new england patriots owner Robert Kraft was unusually revealing Monday in lamenting receiver Wes Welker's defection to the Denver Broncos, saying the team wanted the receiver back and placing the blame squarely on the shoulders of Welker's agents., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/pats-owner-blames-agents-for-welkers-exit
Like many NFL teams, the Patriots have been busy since free agency opened last Tuesday.
Their most talked-about acquisition is surely slot receiver Danny Amendola, who was brought basically to replace Wes Welker just hours after news surfaced that Welker had signed a two-year deal with Denver.
But the Pats’ moves didn’t stop there. New England soothed fans’ disappointment over...