• Ray Lewis, Ed Reed will attend Ravens’ White House ceremony

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Jun 6, 2013
    • Ed Reed gets closure from White House visit

      If former Ravens center Matt Birk had opted to join his former teammates at the White House, he may have gotten what former Ravens safety Ed Reed got from joining his former teammates at the White House. “It was really awesome getting back and seeing my
    • Ravens' reunion kicks off at White House

      WASHINGTON -- Before the Baltimore Ravens handed a purple No. 44 jersey to President Barack Obama, the 44th president, coach John Harbaugh delivered a celebratory message on the South Lawn of the White House. "I want you to know, we have plans to b…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Storify: Ravens players react to White House visit

      Storify: Ravens players react to White House visit
    • Williams: I'll skip White House, y'all chill

      Eagles corner Cary Williams said he will do the work to learn the Eagles' defense, and that missing optional workouts for family reasons is nothing fans should be concerned about.
      Source: philly.com
  • Ed Reed: I want to make sure I’m around later in the season

    Ed Reed joined his former Ravens teammates at the White House on Wednesday and was the subject of some ribbing from President Obama about his gray hair. Comments about Reed’s age can’t help but draw attention to the fact that he’s recovering from hi
    • Ed Reed doesn’t close the door on missing games

      Texans safety Ed Reed was at the White House with his former team today, being honored by the President for the Ravens’ Super Bowl victory. Afterward, Reed spoke with reporters and was asked about the Texans’ Week 3 matchup against the Ravens. “I pl
      Source: chron.com

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Ray Lewis, Ed Reed will attend Ravens’ White House ceremony
Ed Reed gets closure from White House visit
Ed Reed: I want to make sure I’m around later in the season
Ed Reed doesn’t close the door on missing games
Storify: Ravens players react to White House visit
Williams: I'll skip White House, y'all chill