Ed Reed Isn’t Coming Back, Ravens Sign Another Corner


Sep 11, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens former safety Ed Reed (left) talks to a fan prior to the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the Daily Caw, where we round up all the latest Ravens news from around the web for your convenient consumption. Today we address the idea of Ed Reed making a return to the Ravens, round up some previews of today’s game against the Titans, and break down the remaining schedule.

Who are These Baltimore Ravens?

Tony Lombardi discusses the frustrating inconsistency that is the 2014 Baltimore Ravens, even working in a Forrest Gump reference.

Ravens Sign Another Corner

The team signed Rashaan Melvin off the Dolphin’s practice squad Saturday to take the place of Jimmy Smith, who was placed on season ending injured reserve.

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Ravens vs. Titans: The Game Within the Game

There are a ton of great story lines in today’s game, including the return of mega draft bust Michael Oher to face his former team.

Breaking Down the Raven’s Remaining Schedule

Things get pretty tough after today’s home game against the Titans.  John Eisenberg breaks down the Raven’s remaining games and categorizes them based on how winnable they are.

Addressing the Ed Reed Question

With all the questions the Ravens have in the secondary, it’s not surprising that a lot of fans are asking if the team might be willing to bring back future hall of famer Ed Reed.  Sadly, our fond memories of Reed’s legendary play are just that – memories.

Five Things You Need to Know

Clifton Brown breaks down the five things you must know for this weekend’s Ravens and Titans matchup.  The Titans are breaking in a rookie quarterback and coming off of a bye week, while the Ravens are breaking in a new group of defensive secondary players.