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The Anquan Boldin fallout continues to rain. When Boldin was traded from the Baltimore Ravens to the San Francisco 49ers, it was not a popular move in the locker room or in the fan base.
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The rumors are true: A phone call between John and Jim Harbaugh facilitate the trade of Anquan Boldin from Baltimore to San Francisco.
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...
The San Francisco 49ers have found their new kicker to replace David Akers, signing Browns veteran free agent Phil Dawson to a one-year contract.
The Pro Bowl kicker announced earlier Tuesday via Twitter that he had joined the NFC champion Niners, who parted ways with the six-time Pro Bowler Akers on March 6 following a season in which he made only 29 of 42 attempts a year after...
The Baltimore Ravens already lost one future Hall of Fame defensive player this offseason when Ray Lewis retired.
Make it two now that free safety Ed Reed is heading to the Houston Texans.
Reed has ended his nine-year career with the Ravens by agreeing to contract terms with the Texans, CBS Sports first reported.
Reed had narrowed his options to the Texans and Ravens after taking...
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...
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...
Phil Dawson come on down, you are the next contestant to kick for the 49ers. Today, free agent Pro Bowl kicker Phil Dawson announced on Twitter that he was taking his talents to the Bay.I am humbled & thrilled to have the opportunity to continue my career with my new team, the SF 49ers!— Phil Dawson (@phil_dawson_4) March 19, 2013Dawson was the top kicker on the free agent...
Since the 2004 season, the NFL has showcased the defending Super Bowl champion during a weeknight home opener. But that tradition is in jeopardy this season. Over the next three days at the NFL Annual Meetings in Phoenix, just when and where the Baltimore Ravens will kick off the 2013 season could be determined. The [...]
The Ravens are the most recent Super Bowl champions and a lot of their fans and NFL journalists are complaining and reporting that they might not play their first regular season game at home next year. Well you know what, stop complaining.
I understand that Baltimore wants to play its first game at home because it won the Super Bowl, but why does it really matter? Granted, the NHL...
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...