Ravens S Ed Reed isn't planning on joining teammate Ray Lewis in retirement after the Super Bowl.
The NFL is looking into Tom Brady's leg-up slide that hit Ravens safety Ed Reed in the AFC championship game.
Ravens FS Ed Reed and Panthers QB Cam Newton received hefty fines this week for actions taken in Week 16.
The Ravens might look like they are in turmoil right now, but they have the character and wherewithal to come out of it stronger in the playoffs.
Charles Tillman's two interception-return touchdowns this season have propelled him up the list of active leaders in career pick-sixes.
The presiding officer over Ravens FS Ed Reed’s appeal, Ted Cottrell, lifted Reed’s suspension and instead gave him a $50,000 fine.
The NFL suspended Ravens S Ed Reed one game without pay for “repeated violations of the rule prohibiting hits to the head and neck area of defenseless players.”
The Ravens were fined $20,000 for not listing S Ed Reed on their injury report with a shoulder injury.
Ravens FS Ed Reed, whose contract is up at season's end, indicated Wednesday that he wants to re-sign with Baltimore.
According to Ravens head coach John Harbaugh via the team's Twitter, Pro Bowl FS Ed Reed will report to training camp Wednesday.
Ravens FS Ed Reed said at his golf event on Wednesday that he will play in 2012.
With Ed Reed entering the final year of his contract, it's reasonable to start pondering a Ravens "D" without the future Hall of Fame centerfielder.
Pro Bowl FS Ed Reed skipped the Ravens' mandatory minicamp Tuesday. Coach John Harbaugh said he didn't know why Reed was absent.
Ed Reed is returning to the Ravens for his 11th season, GM Ozzie Newsome told reporters Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine.
Ravens FS Ed Reed has withdrawn from the Pro Bowl, becoming the latest of several players from his team to skip Sunday's all-star game.