Ozzie Newsome wasn’t going to make the same mistake twice.
The day is finally here. President Barack Obama honors the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens at the White House south lawn.
Ed Reed call into the Glenn Younes Show on the eve of being honored at the White House.
The Ravens keep shuffling the deck and reloading. The team which has been a contenders in each of the last five years, is trying for number six.
Michael Huff doesn’t expect to fill Ed Reed’s shoes as the last line of the Baltimore Ravens defense.
While there is no doubt the Ravens have a plan with their defensive overhaul, the addition of Elvis Dumervil was part luck and part preparation.
After capturing their second Super Bowl in franchise history, the Ravens off season is off and running, as expected more than a few members that were a part of that storybook run to the Super Bowl, will not return.
Former Raven Ed Reed took out a full page ad in Sunday’s Baltimore Sun to say goodbye to his fans and the city.
“Did I want it? No. Do I understand it? Yes.” “It’s a business, but the way it ended in Baltimore? You cannot write a better book.”
Arguably the greatest safety ever to play will now do so in Houston. It’s sad, it’s upsetting to many fans but it’s the sad reality of the business of football.
Seeing Ed Reed in that Texans cap and watching him hold up the blue and red number 20 jersey about broke my heart.
The Ravens are staging their own version of March Madness, the only thing missing is Dickie V and the brackets.