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Fellow safety Zbikowski also cleared for contactAsked about safety Ed Reed's condition today, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said, "he'll be OK," which would seemingly indicate that the seven-time Pro Bowl selection will play Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
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Seven-time Pro Bowl selection wasn't wearing helmet, did not make contactA day after sitting out Thursday’s practice, free safety Ed Reed returned to Friday’s session, but he didn’t exactly dispel the notion that he might miss Sunday’s home contest against the Arizona Cardinals.
Team could be taking precautions with seven-time Pro Bowl selectionThe Ravens distributed their second injury report of the week and confirmed that free safety Ed Reed did not practice Thursday.
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh, QB Joe Flacco and LB Ray Lewis.
For the second consecutive year, Ravens safety Ed Reed will host a fitness day for students at The SEED School of Maryland on Tuesday (11/1). Reed and Ravens teammates will be on hand to teach students the importance of maintaining healthy lifestyles by demonstrating various drills and exercises they can do to improve their fitness..
Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he’s not mad that linebacker Terrell Suggs ripped the team’s offensive play calling after Monday night’s loss to the Jaguars. In fact, Harbaugh agrees with what Suggs said. “You know, Terrell Suggs’ heart is always in the right place, and he’s a leader on our football team,” Harbaugh said, via…
Grubbs, Evans remain sidelinedBoth safety Ed Reed and nose tackle Terrence Cody, who were hurt on the same play of Monday's loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, are practicing today for the Ravens. Reed suffered a stringer, but coach John Harbaugh said that he expected his star safety to be OK. That Reed is already practicing is a good sign.
Ravens P.R. guru Kevin Byrne has a blog on the team’s official website. The latest entry contains an interesting revelation regarding a recent encounter between coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco. Byrne initially writes that Harbaugh and Flacco got into “a little bit of a wrestling match” this week. Byrne later explains that it…
Ravens coach John Harbaugh, a former special teams coach with the Eagles, is standing by his controversial decision Monday night to attempt an onside kick with the Jaguars winning, 9-7, with 2:02 left in the game.
In case you haven’t heard, the Baltimore Ravens had absolutely no offense and are now taking a ton of criticism. Fans on the Ravens Official Message Board are calling for Cam Cameron’s firing, some are questioning Joe Flacco‘s ability to become an elite quarterback. Some fans are even beginning to question John Harbaugh and wonder if he can be the guy and can get the job...
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh.
Kicker more concerned with converting field goals than wondering what-ifsOn Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh took the unusual step of stating his opinion that Billy Cundiff’s unsuccessful field-goal attempt from 52 yards in the third quarter might have made a difference in changing the outcome of Monday night’s 12-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
But Heap (hamstring) will not playThe Ravens welcome back some of their key performers in the secondary as safeties Ed Reed and Tom Zbikowski and cornerback Chris Carr are active for Sunday’s home contest against the Arizona Cardinals.
I shared my quick reaction following the loss on Monday and was pretty heated. I’ve followed the 24 hour rule and let it digest before I wrote anything else about it.To begin, let’s talk about who’s not to blame. The Ravens defense played lights out. Even though that’s expected when they’re facing an offense led by a rookie quarterback, it should be noted. Allowing only...