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Ed Reed said he'll always be a Raven, no matter what happens in the remainder of his career.
Ed Reed said he'll always be a Raven, no matter what happens in the remainder of his career.
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Ed Reed's impact at SEED School still prevalent

Reed helped fund the SEED School in Baltimore, which is still doing its job after the safety's departure, writes the Baltimore Sun's Childs Walker.

Ed Reed: "I will always be a Raven"

Reed told Baltimore reporters that he will always consider himself a member of the Ravens organization, writes WNST's Luke Jones.

Ravens bracing for another encounter with J.J. Watt

J.J. Watt has had some battles against the Ravens, with Sunday's meeting looking to be just as tough, writes the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

No need to worry about Justin Tucker

The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston says there's no reason to worry about the second-year kicker, who had a couple of misses last Sunday against Cleveland.

Can the Ravens turn the Texans over?

CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown wants to know if the Ravens' defense can force Houston into some bad decisions on Sunday.

Former teammates joke about Ray Lewis the analyst

Haloti Ngata and Joe Flacco poked fun at Lewis for his new ESPN gig, writes BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing.

Brandon Stokley a valuable chain-mover

The veteran receiver signed this preseason has done a good job picking up first downs, writes BaltimoreRavens.com's Downing.

Tandon Doss could see more playing time Sunday

The Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz writes that Doss could be in for more time at receiver against the Texans.