• Kevin Cowherd: Ravens should find a way to keep Ed Reed in Baltimore

    Summary of 40 articles · Updated Mar 17, 2013
    • Ozzie Newsome expects Ed Reed to make his choice this week

      Safety Ed Reed had a long meeting with the Texans this week, but it didn’t result in a contract. That’s left Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome with a chance to make a bid to keep Reed in the only NFL uniform he’s ever worn. Newsome told Jarrett B
    • Reed has no Texans deal, to continue talks

      Ed Reed left the Houston Texans facility without a deal Friday, but will continue to talk with the team.
    • Report cites distance between Reed, Texans

      While the Houston Texans and Ed Reed are still talking, the veteran safety apparently didn’t find what he was looking for during his stay in Houston. Per Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Texans were offering closer to $5 million a year than the $6
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Robertson: Is Ed Reed worth the money at 34?

      Is Ed Reed too old? Is Ed Reed still hungry? These are the hard questions the Texans have to answer before they throw serious money at the future Hall of Fame safety, who might be the best ever to play his position. But that was then and this is now. In…
      Source: chron.com
    • Ed Reed leaves Texans visit without a deal

      Safety Ed Reed enjoyed the “southern hospitality” extended by the Texans during his visit to Houston, but there’s no deal in place between the two sides. The NFL Network reports that Reed has wrapped up his meeting with the team without signing a co
    • Ed Reed leaves town; sides remain close on a deal

      Free safety Ed Reed left Houston on Friday to return to Atlanta before moving on to another city for a previous engagement. The two sides remain close on a contract. Negotiations will continue over the weekend. The Texans could have Reed under contract …
      Source: chron.com
    • Schefter: Reed to Houston '50-50 at best'

      A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the chances of safety Ed Reed signing with the Houston Texans is "50-50 at best" despite Houston pulling out all the stops on his visit. Schefter says there is a chance Reed could end up coming…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Ed Reed, other Ravens, finding out it’s a business

      Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome promised that he wasn’t going to repeat himself, and over-commit to older stars in the wake of a Super Bowl win. The length to which he has gone to fulfill that promise is now dawning on the players it applies to. Du
    • Ed Reed, Texans flirting

      The man who had two tickets to paradise took a private jet to Texas on Thursday. Via John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Texans owner Bob McNair sent his private jet to bring Reed to town for a visit. “This is classy, man,” Reed said. “This is so
    • Ed Reed arrives in Houston, says interest is ‘mutual’

      Escorted by Texans GM Rick Smith, free agent free safety Ed Reed arrived in Houston aboard owner Bob McNair’s private jet at 11:30 a.m. today. Smith flew to Atlanta, where Reed makes an offseason home, to pick up the former NFL defensive player of the y
      Source: chron.com
    • Boldin: Ravens can't let Ed Reed leave

      Free-agent safety Ed Reed was picked up at the airport by Texans general manager Rick Smith on Thursday morning after arriving in owner Bob McNair's private jet. You can only imagine what the Texans have planned for lunch in this full-court press to sig…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Boldin: Ravens are losing the key components of their title run

      Having been shipped from Baltimore to San Francisco, wide receiver Anquan Boldin says he’s surprised to see that the Ravens’ front office has decided not to keep together the nucleus of a team that just won the Super Bowl. Asked on Mike and Mike in th
    • Texans GM Rick Smith is en route to pick up Ed Reed

      The Houston Texans announced on their official Twitter this morning that general manager Rick Smith is on his way, in owner Bob McNair’s private plane, to pick up safety Ed Reed. Reed, 34, has spent his entire 11-year career with the Baltimore Ravens an
      Source: chron.com
    • Ed Reed in driver’s seat with Ravens

      As one of last year’s Sunday Night Football games went to break, producer extraordinaire Fred Gaudelli played the song Driver’s Seat.  Peter King and I quickly tried to recall the name of the band. I guessed Foghat, primarily because I like saying th
    • Reed to Niners is believed to be a smokescreen

      So is safety Ed Reed a serious possibility for the San Francisco 49ers? Per a league source with intimate knowledge of the safety market, the answer at this point is believed to be no. Reed recently hired David Dunn, whose client list includes 49ers G.M…
    • Ravens add insurance if Ed Reed leaves

      It won't go down as a major free-agent signing, but the Baltimore Ravens added a safety net (bad pun, I apologize) when they re-signed James Ihedigbo to a one-year deal, according to The Baltimore Sun. Ihedigbo, 29, provides some insurance if the Ravens…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • James Ihedigbo returning to Ravens on one-year deal

      Reserve safety played well in spots last seasonThe Ravens are bringing back veteran safety and special teams contributor James Ihedigbo on a one-year contract, according to a league source wth knowledge of the situation.
    • Ed Reed and 49ers' championship window

      Corey from Florida wants to know the likelihood of the San Francisco 49ers adding Ed Reed to replace Dashon Goldson. "And how strange is it that the Niners seem to love signing players from teams that defeated them the previous playoffs?" Core…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Speculation mounts that Ed Reed will be a 49er

      He may not have two tickets to paradise, but he could have one-way air fare to San Francisco. On Monday, when the news broke that Ravens safety Ed Reed has hired agent David Dunn, a league source who is as plugged in as anyone predicted that Reed will s…
    • Ravens bring back Reed (no, not that one)

      The Ravens finished up a smaller piece of business, and have a bigger one on deck before this afternoon. According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens signed wide receiver David Reed to a two-year contract, which will be worth up to $2.5 mi…
    • Wake-up call: Ed Reed hires an agent

      Free agency is set to begin in a matter of hours. Even though it won't officially kick off until 4 p.m., the AFC North blog will still be filled with posts as we count down to the start of the NFL shopping season. Here is today's wake-up call ... RAVENS…
  • State of the Texans…free agency and the draft

    Ahh…it’s finally that time of the off season when free agency begins and we start gearing up for the NFL draft. In only a few days of the free agent signing period, it seems several Texans’ free agents have decided they have better Super Bowl chance
    Source: chron.com

Related Articles

Related Teams

Texans News and Rumors
Ravens News and Rumors
49ers News and Rumors
Eagles News and Rumors
DBs: Texans, Reed meet
Kevin Cowherd: Ravens should find a way to keep Ed Reed in Balt…
Reed has no Texans deal, to continue talks
Ed Reed leaves Texans visit without a deal
After night out in Houston, Ed Reed back in Texans’ offices
Ed Reed, other Ravens, finding out it’s a business
Ed Reed, Texans flirting
Solomon: Is Ed Reed the missing piece for the Texans?
The Ed Reed decision will be costly for the Ravens
Ed Reed arrives in Houston, says interest is ‘mutual’
Next Raven to leave? Reed talks to Texans
Texans send owner's jet to pick up Ed Reed
Boldin: Ravens are losing the key components of their title run
Reed taking first visit of free agency with Texans
Ravens star Ed Reed to meet with Texans
Ed Reed to visit Texans
Ed Reed to visit the Texans on Thursday, sources say
Ed Reed in driver’s seat with Ravens
Reed to Niners is believed to be a smokescreen
James Ihedigbo returning to Ravens on one-year deal
Speculation mounts that Ed Reed will be a 49er
Ravens bring back Reed (no, not that one)
Ed Reed hires agent David Dunn