Ravens coach John Harbaugh was asked about the possibility of Reed coming back to Baltimore, which was shot down. Here's Baltimore Beatdown's Kris Jones with the news:
Update: Harbaugh called Ed Reed a "Raven" but the team has no plans to change their secondary.— Kris Jones (@RavenManiac) November 13, 2013
The Ravens are beginning to see their secondary come together. Jimmy Smith and Corey Graham are playing at a higher level than what they began the season with. This allowed Lardarius Webb to matchup against the slot receiver in Sunday's win over Cincinnati.
James Ihedigbo has become one of the on-field leaders in the secondary and Matt Elam was the organization's first-round pick. As much as the current group (minus Elam) looked up to Reed when he was with the team, there's no reason for the Ravens to disrupt what they've got right now.
The Ravens don't need Reed at the moment. And here's Luke Jones, quoting Harbaugh as to why:
Harbaugh on Ed Reed: "We're happy with what we have. Our guys are playing well, so that's where we're at." #Ravens— Luke Jones (@BaltimoreLuke) November 13, 2013