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because he challenges every throw, he challenges every play. He’ s just so smart, so instinctive. I’ ve played against Ed Reed a long time. ... He played the deep middle of the field, but sometimes, he’ d make tackles three yards from the line
that serves notice that these Patriots are playoff ready. The Ravens have Terrell Suggs and the ghosts of Ray Lewis and Ed Reed . The Patriots don't need individuals doing dances in the end zone before a game. They counter with their own intimidating
attrition on defense, like this past spring when they said goodbye to a pair of future Hall of Famers in Ray Lewis and Ed Reed . They turn to Daryl Smith and Matt Elam respectively. "He looks a lot like Ray Lewis," Brady said of Smith. "Ray Lewis
was because the Ravens were able to have such a solid defensive core over the years, one that was driven by veterans like Ed Reed and Ray Lewis . But despite those players’ departure this past offseason, there’s still plenty of carryover when it
in the AFC have feel good about where they are at this stage of the offseason. The Texans (bringing in smart veteran Ed Reed ) and Broncos ( Wes Welker ) made big additions, and while the Ravens suffered some losses in free agency, they figure
While there’s still time to add some more faces in free agency -- John Abraham ? Dwight Freeney ? Antoine Winfield ? Ed Reed ? -- the most noteworthy addition is Wilson, who instantly brings more thump to the secondary. Wilson is regarded as a big
because he challenges every throw, he challenges every play. He’ s just so smart, so instinctive. I’ ve played against Ed Reed a long time. ... He played the deep middle of the field, but sometimes, he’ d make tackles three yards from the line of
father: “Once he gets on the field and hits [someone] once, they won’t think he’s gay.” – Jets safety Ed Reed has had a rough few months. After being cast off by the Ravens and signing a three-year, $15 million deal with the
Quarterback Tom Brady offered some good insight into how the Baltimore defense has adjusted in the wake of losing veterans like Ed Reed and Ray Lewis , as well as his relationship with former New England defensive coordinator (now Ravens DC) Dean Pees . And the
talking about how he plans to prepare for the Ravens without Ed Reed and Ray Lewis , Tom Brady was asked about his Christmas plans ..... going to be a big test. Q: Does it look different without Ed Reed and Ray Lewis out there? TB: I think those two
about the Ravens. 1. They almost always do a really good job at defending Tom Brady. Old warhorses like Ray Lewis and Ed Reed are no longer around, but the Ravens remain are as stout as they come defensively. There are some questions about their ability