Safety Ed Reed and Patriots coach Bill Belichick have held each other in the highest of regard for years.
With Reed about to become an unrestricted free agent on March 12, it seemed as though the chances of him winding up in Foxboro were nearly as great as him returning to the Super Bowl champion Ravens. Reed pumped the brakes on that narrative a bit Monday.
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“I was just asked the question at (the Super Bowl) but I am a Raven, plan on being a Raven,” the 34-year-old, eight-time All-Pro said on NFL Network’s “NFL AM” show. “I couldn’t see myself anywhere else, but if it happens I am a football player. I can adapt to any situation.”
Sox owner Henry's soccer team hurting
Red Sox owner John Henry has maintained that the finances, or lack thereof, of his soccer franchise, Liverpool of the Premier League, do not affect the spending habits of his baseball team on Yawkey Way. But many Red Sox fans paused Monday with the news that Liverpool’s debt rose by a third to more than $130 million in less than a year, according to the Associated Press.