Posted January 26, 2012 on
Due to Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed withdrawing from the Pro Bowl due to multiple injuries, including his neck, shoulder and left ankle, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark has replaced him.

Webb Says Ed Reed is Coming Back

Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed has been to the postseason six times in his 10 year-career, but he has yet to reach the Super Bowl. After another bitter postseason defeat, and a season in which he played through multiple injuries, many are wondering whether Reed will return for the 2012 season. Reed, 33, did not [...]

Steelers Ryan Clark Named To AFC Pro Bowl Team

Pittsburgh Steelers free safety Ryan Clark has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster in place of Baltimore Ravens injured safety Ed Reed. This will be the first trip for Clark to the NFL’s annual all-star game. It was announced just a few days ago that linebacker James Harrison was added to the Pro Bowl as he will replace Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs. At least three Steelers...

Ravens S Reed withdraws from Pro Bowl

Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed withdrew from the Pro Bowl on Tuesday and was replaced by Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark.Reed, 33, is dealing with multiple injuries to his neck, shoulder and left ankle.The former 2004 Defensive Player of the Year Award winner had 52 tackles, and three interceptions for Baltimore this season.

Ryan Clark added to Pro Bowl

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is heading to Hawaii. The 10-year veteran will replace injured Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed in this weekend's Pro Bowl. Clark led the Steelers with 100 tackles this season, adding one interception and five passes defensed. He'll join quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, kick returner Antonio Brown and linebacker James Harrison on the AFC...

Reed latest Raven to skip Pro Bowl, joining Ngata, Rice, Suggs

Ed Reed will miss the Pro Bowl to deal with injuries that include a nerve impingement in his neck, a sore shoulder and a sprained left ankle.

Clark Added to Pro Bowl Roster

Ryan Clark was missed badly on the final play of the Steelers' season, but he'll line up Sunday in the Pro Bowl.

Ryan Clark added to pro bowl roster for AFC

Steelers Safety Ryan Clark has been added to the AFC’s roster for the 2012 pro bowl.  Clark finished the year leading the team with 100 Tackles. He also accounted for 1 Sack and 1 Interception.  He just finished up his 10th season in the league and has been with the Steelers since 2006.   Ryan [...]

Steelers' Clark headed to Pro Bowl

Free safety Ryan Clark will join four other Steelers in playing in the Pro Bowl on Sunday.

Ryan Clark: Ravens “always the bridesmaid and never a bride”

The Baltimore Ravens are still reeling from their loss in the AFC Championship game after Scott Norwood’s Billy Cundiff’s potentially game-tying field goal sailed wide left. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark feels their pain, but he still couldn’t help himself from taking a shot at his bitter AFC North rivals. Clark went on 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh Wednesday and took...

Tampa Bay Bucs Hire Program Builder Greg Schiano

After backing an Armored truck up to Chip Kelly’s front door, only to receive a polite refusal, the Tampa Bay Bucaneers look like they’ve finally found their man. It was once again at the college level but this time it was at the oposite end of the country. Greg Schiano has agreed to become the next head coach of the Bucs, replacing Raheem Morris, who -after as promising finish...

Steelers' Clark added to Pro Bowl roster

Steelers safety Ryan Clark has been added to the AFC's Pro Bowl roster, the team announced Wednesday.

Steelers safety Clark headed to first Pro Bowl

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is headed to his first Pro Bowl.

annathisisme: “This is really cool. The Associated Press just...

annathisisme: “This is really cool. The Associated Press just released a photo from the AFC Championship game, and it’s of Patriots QB Tom Brady’s arm. (H/T Jay Tate!) If you read closely, you can see Brady’s keys. All that respect for Ravens S Ed Reed? Not fake. He reminds himself, “Find 20 ON EVERY PLAY.” He also wrote, “Knees flexed — DOWN, DOWN!” and “NO...
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