Posts Tagged ‘Ed Reed’

Trade deadline: NFL fans submit their dream trades

Check out the best and boldest fan suggested moves if they were GM for a day.

Super Bowl XLVII: Players To Root For

Is your favorite team out of Super Bowl XLVII? Find someone else to root for with the help of this guide.

Jacoby Jones glad Ed Reed will be on the field Sunday

Jacoby Jones discussed Ed Reed’s importance and how much the Ravens have missed Ray Lewis.

Ed Reed, Robert Griffin III set NFL records in week 1

With the start of the 2012 season, NFL history — on both sides of the ball — is in the making. Watch how players and teams etched their way into record books in Week 1. Ed Reed Move over, Rod Woodson. Ed Reed is now the all-time leader in interception return yards with 1,497. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Peyton Manning In his return to the NFL, the Broncos quarterback threw his 400th and 401st touchdown passes. Manning is now third on the Passing TD Leaders list behind Brett Farve (#1) and Dan Marino (#2). ————————————————————————————————————————————– New England Patriots With a 34-13 defeat of the Tennessee Titans, the New England Patriots have won their last 9 season opening games, the longest current winning streak in the NFL. […]

Nine really random things and whatever else is going on around the NFL…

In the newspaper world, the football coverage for Sunday’s paper is in the form of a notes package. In the internet world, we can do notes, too. I’ve been trying to come up with some kinda feature for Sunday on the blog, and I may tweak this going forward.

Lewis: ‘Everybody wants that one thing’

After 16 seasons in the NFL, Ray Lewis is at peace with his status — as what many consider the best ever at linebacker, and as a regular visitor to Honolulu as a runner-up.

Baltimore faithful dial up ‘Ravens Nation’ war cry

Ball So Hard University has produced its first crop of graduates. Matt Richey, Kenny Silkworth and Robert “McFreshington” Norton have put their heads together to pump out “Ravens Nation,” a song dedicated to Naltimore’s 12-4 jaunt through the regular season that continues Sunday with a home playoff game against the Texans.

Marshall: Revis has earned favoritism from refs

There’s an art form to getting away with pass interference — offensive or defensive — in the NFL. Essentially, it’s about not being caught.

Data Points: Making the most of their picks

A total of 31 players in the history of the NFL have intercepted at least 50 passes. But few have done more after the theft than the always-exciting Deion Sanders.

The ‘Top 100′ comes down to Brady-Manning

NFL players crowned their No. 1 on NFL Network’s “The Top 100 Players of 2011″ on Sunday night, completing a 10-week voyage that generated as much controversy as it did consensus before coming down to yet another battle between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. This time, it was Brady’s hour.

Data Points: Sharper, Reed lead safeties in INTs

In nine NFL seasons, Ed Reed has amassed 54 interceptions in 128 career games, trailing only Darren Sharper all time among safeties.

First and 10: Saluting another Cardinal great

When it comes to the greatest players in St. Louis Cardinals history, the list isn’t terribly long. So it came as somewhat of a surprise to us that two of the best players ever to don a St. Louis Cardinals uniform celebrate birthdays one day apart.

Zbikowski-Ocho headlines ultimate NFL boxing card

Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski improved to 2-0 after securing a first-round knockout of Richard Bryant on March 12. And Zbikowski has signed up for two more fights, too. So we turned to NFL Network’s Bob Papa — who in addition to be a top NFL analyst calls boxing for HBO and during the Summer Olympics — to get the scoop.

So how about it, just how legit is Zbikowksi?

Gates, Reed ruled out for Pro Bowl

Injured players Antonio Gates and Ed Reed, both voted as starters for the AFC, will not play in this year’s Pro Bowl.

Steelers need the big plays on both sides

The Ravens have jumped out to a 14-point lead with a number of big plays, and the Steelers need to do the same thing here in the second half.

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