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At this point, saying that the Ravens’ defense — a formerly fierce unit that’s long been the team’s foundation — has been gutted is an insult to things that are gutted.
In losing seven starters from their Super Bowl championship team, the Baltimore Ravens know they can fill the spots.
Pro Bowl safety reaches agreement with Texans on a two-year deal.
A look back at future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed's most memorable plays as a Raven.
Ed Reed said he plans to join the Houston Texans. Team owner Bob McNair couldn't be happier about that and already knows one area where the veteran safety can help.
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome always speaks with special affection about Alabama, his alma mater where he became a football legend playing for the late Bear Bryant.
So why isn't safety Ed Reed a member of the Ravens? It's a simple analysis. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Ravens had a price they were willing to pay Reed, and the Texans exceeded it.