Houston Chronicle "Last we heard from Texans coach Gary Kubiak about safety Ed Reed’s medical condition, Kubiak said the Texans did not anticipate Reed’s hip surgery but went ahead with it once the hip started bothering him. Today, ProFootballTalk.com’s Mike Florio said he’s been told the Ravens knew something..." May 18
Bob McNair called Ed Reed's surgery a "minor procedure. He'll be ready once training camp starts, maybe the middle" #Texans
Last week, FS Ed Reed underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair a small labral tear in his hip. He's expected to be ready for training camp.
NFL.com "The Baltimore Ravens did want Ed Reed back. That's the message Kevin Byrne, senior vice president, public & community relations, wanted to make perfectly clear in a story recently posted on the team website. Byrne responded to Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston writing, "Ravens coach John..." April 06
Baltimore Sun "Ed Reed doesn't want to say goodbye, but he does want to say thanks. The former Ravens safety took out a full page ad in the Sports section of today's Baltimore Sun to deliver a message to the fans who have cheered him for more than a decade. The ad reads: Ravens Nation, My eleven..." March 24
New Orleans Times-Picayune "After it was reported that the Houston Texans had offered Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed a three-year contract with an average salary of about $4 million a year, should the Saints court Reed and try to sign him? At one point, Reed was considered too expensive for the cap-strapped Saints. But..." March 20
Baltimore Sun "After saying repeatedly that he wanted to remain with the Ravens, Ed Reed found more money and more interest elsewhere. Reed, one of the Ravens’ defensive standouts for over a decade and one of the most accomplished safeties in NFL history, has agreed to terms with the Houston Texans, according..." March 20
#Ravens are very pessimistic about the possibility of keeping FA Ed Reed, I'm told. Belief is he wants $4M per year. Doubtful they do that.
NFL.com "Nine-time Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed is coming off a season in which he earned $7.2 million from the Baltimore Ravens. Whether it comes from the Ravens, Houston Texans or another team, Reed wants a similar annual figure in his next deal. Reed's inability to find that explains why he's still on the..." March 20
Future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed has agreed to terms with the Texans, ending his Ravens career.
Baltimore Sun "The reality of the Ravens’ salary cap situation and post Super Bowl XLVII world hit coach John Harbaugh early last week. With the Ravens failing to convince wide receiver Anquan Boldin to take a pay cut and not willing to carry his $6 million salary cap hit, Harbaugh knew exactly who to..." March 19
NFL.com "Nine-time Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed is coming off a season in which he earned $7.2 million from the Baltimore Ravens. Whether it comes from the Ravens, Houston Texans or another team, Reed wants a similar annual figure in his next deal. Reed's inability to find that explains why he's still on the..." March 19
Baltimore Sun "As the Houston Texans continue to haggle with the agent for veteran free safety Ed Reed after his visit Friday, the Super Bowl champion Ravens haven't closed the door on trying to retain the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year. To characterize the situation as a true financial competition..." March 19
Baltimore Sun "After two days of being aggressively recruited by the Houston Texans, veteran free safety Ed Reed left Texas on Friday afternoon without agreeing to terms as he returned to his home in Atlanta. In what remains a fluid situation with the two sides still haggling over money and not so far off..." March 16
CSN Baltimore "With the departure of so many big names from the Ravens early in free agency, fans were probably hoping the exodus was over. They may have to brace themselves for one more. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle tweeted this today: John McClain @McClain_on_NFL The Texans' first visit..." March 14
The Texans' first visit will be with S Ed Reed. He'll be at their facility on Thursday. They need a vet to replace Glover Quin.
Ravens Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed is not representing himself as many assumed. He and his advisors chose David Dunn as his agent
Baltimore Beat Down "Ed Reed always looks for the lateral if he thinks he might get tackled. Ed Reed criticizes the franchise quarterback after a playoff win to motivate him (it worked). Ed Reed sings "Two Tickets to Paradise" to the city of Baltimore and on National TV when the Ravens qualify for the Super Bowl. Ed..." March 09
NESN "The love affair between Ed Reed and Bill Belichick is well established, which only adds to the intrigue. Belichick has been praising Reed’s work ethic, drive and intelligence since his first days in the NFL, and their week together at the 2006 Pro Bowl only deepened the mutual admiration between..." March 09
Baltimore Beat Down "Baltimore Ravens free safety was one of the more popular star on the Red Carpet prior to the start of the Academy Awards on Sunday evening. While not quite getting the cheers that he did in the Ravens Super Bowl victory parade, he still commanded a lot of attention by a few of the bigger names in..." February 26
Canal Street Chronicles "One of the all-time great Ravens, Ed Reed, has the opportunity to hit the open market this off-season. Considering the Saints are moving to Rob Ryan's 3-4 scheme this coming season, Who Dat Nation would love nothing more than to see the Louisiana native come home to finish his career. Baltimore..." February 19
CSN Baltimore "In the afterglow of a Super Bowl victory, safety Ed Reed looks ready to re-sign with the Ravens. Not so fast. GM Ozzie Newsome believes the 11th-year safety, who openly complained about not having a contract beyond this season, will talk to other teams. “Unofficially, we've had..." February 08
SB Nation "Ed Reed just won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens, but he might be seeking to repeat with another team next season. That's been the general feeling as there seems to be plenty of landing spots for Reed, including the Colts and the Patriots. There are reasons that the move to those teams..." February 07
The Colts Authority "With the questions now emerging on Ed Reed's future with the Ravens, the Colts are one of the teams to watch. With the obvious connections to former defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano, familiarity with former Ravens Cory Redding, Brandon McKinney, and Tom Zbikowski, and former roommate Reggie..." February 04
Baltimore Beat Down "Ed Reed isn't calling it quits yet. The veteran safety said after the Baltimore Ravens' Super Bowl victory Sunday night that he's going to stay on the football field next year. Retirement isn't in his plans just yet, writes Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun: "This is not it," Reed shouted...." February 04
CSN Baltimore "To the relief of many players, they're done with talking before the Super Bowl. Thursday, Ravens safety Ed Reed took his final opportunity at the podium to tear into Commissioner Roger Goodell. "There's so much that you can do and there's so much that needs to be done, but they would rather..." February 01