Ray Lewis is retired, Bernard Pollard is playing elsewhere, and Tom Brady won’t have Ed Reed to kick around anymore.
Tom Brady’s recent problems against the Baltimore Ravens came when they still had Ray Lewis and Ed Reed.
As 2013 winds to an end, a look back at the most popular sports stories of the year (determined by your clicks!) is in order. Take a look back at the Baltimore sports fan’s year in sports.
Hundreds of students will be sitting down to a Thanksgiving dinner courtesy of former Baltimore Raven Ed Reed.
Ed Reed has posted a bounty on footballs. The New York Jets safety badly wants one to come his way. So, he put them on notice with a T-shirt.
Dennis talked about Rex Ryan’s future with the Jets and if the Jets are better than initially projected.
From New York: Unless something changes in a hurry, the Jets’ game on Sunday in Baltimore has disaster written all over it. We’ve seen it too many times in the past to be naive.
The Ravens aren’t accustomed to being in situations like this. Currently two games below .500, Baltimore knows it doesn’t have many more opportunities to improve their position on the road to the postseason. If Baltimore wants to make it to the playoffs for a sixth straight season, they need to start by taking care of business against the New York Jets.
Ed Reed will wear jersey #22 for the New York Jets this Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens return home for a must-win game against the New York Jets. Both teams appear to be struggling to keep pace in the AFC playoff picture. Neither team can afford to lose this game as the playoff implications are as serious as they get.
Bart Scott joined the Garceau show to cover the NFL and his former team the Ravens.
Rex Ryan wanted to be reunited with Ed Reed, and now he will be. The nine-time Pro Bowler signed with the Jets on Thursday.