Reed's status for season opener uncer...

Reed's status for season opener uncertain

There are 38 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Aug 29, 2008, titled Reed's status for season opener uncertain. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

Ed Reed clarified his injury today, saying he has a nerve impingement in his neck and shoulder.

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FANSINCE96

Woodstock, MD

#21 Aug 29, 2008
jeffro wrote:
Does not sound good, sounds like last season for Ed. I think camp cream puff was better. How many healthy players do you have left, but hey, young Hardball made his point. I think he needs to watch the junction boys, when a young Bear Bryant beat up his team in practice to the point of destruction.
He didn't get hurt in camp!!!
MJM

United States

#22 Aug 29, 2008
gwb wrote:
Get a high draft pick in a TRADE. The team needs a player to be healhty and full time on the field. Ed has been great but the ravens need a player full time. See ya ed and best of luck to you. If other players from the old coach do this, get rid of them( Suggs, McCallister, and some others. Start geting younger plyers for the future, the old guys are showing their age.
Are you Fing kidding me? Just like that you want to get rid of a star player on our team because he is injured. You make me sick, where the F is the loyalty?
Marcus

West Warren, MA

#23 Aug 29, 2008
I hope he is able to get back in time for the opener but I'd prefer that he is in good health since he is our best player on defense and he's actually sounding smart about the injury unlike another Pro Bowl defensive player on the West Coast.
kevin

United States

#24 Aug 29, 2008
nobody is going to give us fair value in a trade cause hes damaged goods. i dont know why he wouldnt play in game 1 anyway.it doesnt sound like it can get any better ,its like he has to tolerate the pain.
Jake

Forest Hill, MD

#25 Aug 29, 2008
If Ed and/or McAlister are out or unable to really play to their potential we are looking at another Top 10 pick in the 2009 NFL Draft.

P.S. We really need to trade for Anquan Boldin. A conditional 4th Round pick should do the trick.
Jack Lee

United States

#26 Aug 29, 2008
itssteeven wrote:
I love ya Ed......but CUT-EM....we need the roster spot.......
Who's we? And keep your California nose out of Baltimore Raven business.
Ravens_Flock

United States

#27 Aug 29, 2008
lol you gotta love "Ravens Fans", once again stepping up to the plate to prove that they're the biggest douche bags on the planet. Not REAL fans mind you, I'm talking about the "fans" out there.

Talking about "fake injuries", players being lazy, CUTTING players like Heap, Reed, and McGahee because they have healthy issues. Jesus F***ing Christ man.......you guys are classic.

I feel bad for Ed man. Playing in major pain, having a problem where surgery could end his career. And some of you clowns say "CUT HIM, WE NEED THE ROSTER SPOT". Ever hear of IR? F**k. You don't just CUT or TRADE an Ed Reed cause he's hurt. What kind of organization would that make the Ravens? A guy like Dan Cody is different. He's hardly ever played for us, so while his situation is unfortunate, waiving him wasn't that big a deal. But Ed REED? That man is one of the only reasons Baltimore football has been exciting since 2002. He's probably the greatest safety to ever play this game, and you say "CUT HIM, WE NEED THE ROSTER SPOT".

Thank God you guys aren't running this team.
Craig

Rehoboth Beach, DE

#28 Aug 29, 2008
keep on, keeping on Ed.
Geno H Taglia

Portland, OR

#29 Aug 29, 2008
jeffro wrote:
Does not sound good, sounds like last season for Ed. I think camp cream puff was better. How many healthy players do you have left, but hey, young Hardball made his point. I think he needs to watch the junction boys, when a young Bear Bryant beat up his team in practice to the point of destruction.
THE GUYS THAT ARE OUT WITH INJURY NEVER EVEAN MADE IT TO CAMP THIS SUMMER. CMAC, REED, HEAP ET AL ALL CAME IN LIMPING. HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH A BRUTAL TRAINING CAMP. AND BEFORE YOU SPOUT OFF ABOUT bOLLER, HE WAS INJURED IN A GAME. I CAN'T FATHOM HOW PEOPLE GET FROM POINT A TO POINT C AND BYPASS C MAKING THINGS UP OR ASSUMING AS THEY GO
Geno H Taglia

Portland, OR

#30 Aug 29, 2008
bypass B even and no I wasn't YELLING
castle1

Myrtle Beach, SC

#31 Aug 29, 2008
Pete wrote:
Next year Harbaugh clearly needs to do something about the situation of veterans finding ways out of camp. He either needs to ease up in camp, or crack down on the all fake injuries,...ideally both.
Assuming Phil Regan, I mean John Harbaugh is still with us.
Emmitt Smith

Ellicott City, MD

#32 Aug 29, 2008
The Ravens suck. Go 'Boys!
Pete

Middletown, DE

#34 Aug 29, 2008
dyno don wrote:
I don't think those were fake injuries.
Real injuries happen to anyone - there's always that chance. Look at the Raven injuries: Mostly injuries to their starters that heal up right about at the end of camp. Makes you go hmmmm.
smelly tramp

Chicago, IL

#35 Aug 29, 2008
I had read he injured himself wakeboarding and this was a new injury. Is he covering himself?
Rob

Las Vegas, NV

#36 Aug 29, 2008
With these slow, old and injured subpar corners[ except for Washington]Redd's abscence would be catastrophic,,,,the flood gates are already open.... this would disasterous.
Poe

Glenn Dale, MD

#37 Aug 29, 2008
Ravens_Flock wrote:
lol you gotta love "Ravens Fans", once again stepping up to the plate to prove that they're the biggest douche bags on the planet. Not REAL fans mind you, I'm talking about the "fans" out there.
Ravens fans don't talk like that. Whoever those punks are, we don't claim them. That's a fact.
itssteeven

Santa Barbara, CA

#38 Aug 30, 2008
Jack Lee wrote:
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Who's we? And keep your California nose out of Baltimore Raven business.
..Dude i've been a fan of this team since the mid-70's.....The Most Exciting TEAM in Football....Win Or Lose.....so...i always have our best interest in mind when i am on a blog-a-thon.........RAVENS fan till i die(which will be in about 15 minutes).......i am old.
kevin

United States

#39 Aug 30, 2008
or until they switch cities again and change their nickname.

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