Ed Reed

Ed Reed is available to the highest bidder. Buyer beware. The Houston Texans cut the underperforming/over-talking Reed on Tuesday after signing him to a three-year $15 million deal this offseason.

“I learned a lot from him,” Texans tackle Duane Brown told James Palmer of CSNHouston.com. “But when you makes those type of comments man, it’s tough. It’s very unfortunate.”

Unfortunate perhaps, but not at all surprising. Reed told reporters after the Texans loss to the Arizona Cardinals that his team was “outplayed and outcoached.” The franchise responded by letting him go.

Surprisingly, fans in Baltimore want Reed back in purple. Well, most of them do at least. They must not have watched him play for the last few seasons or listen to him repeatedly throw his teammates under the bus.

Despite several reports that the Ravens are not interested in a reunion, Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain told WNST that Reed is “going to be back in a Baltimore Ravens uniform.”

Maybe in like a halloween costume or something, but definitely not on the field.

The Ravens secondary is coming off their strongest performance of the season. Things are finally starting to jell. Throwing in a loud-talking safety a few years past his prime probably isn’t a good idea. I don’t see it happening.