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October 13, 2011
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 24, Texans 13 League's hardest-hitting defense too much for Texans, who'll be gobbling pain-killers like they're Tic Tacs on flight home. Edward Lee Ravens 28, Texans 13 The Texans' hope for a season-turning upset evaporated with the injuries to wide receiver Andre Johnson and outside linebacker Mario Williams. Mike Preston Ravens 21, Texans 10 Minus their two best players, Texans can't dig out of this big hole.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2014
The Ravens are trying out veteran defensive tackle Daniel Muir during minicamp. Muir, a 30-year-old Lanham native, played high school football at Parkdale in Riverdale where he was an all-state selection as a senior, when he recorded 96 tackles and 13 1/2 sacks. Muir has played for the Oakland Raiders, Indianapolis Colts, St. Louis Rams, New York Jets, Houston Texans and Green Bay Packers. Muir had 17 tackles and one sack last season for the Raiders in 10 games, including one start.
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Baltimore Sun staff | January 15, 2012
Ravens 20, Texans 13 Fourth quarter: 2:52 Baltimore Field Goal - 44-yarder by Billy Cundiff. Ravens 17, Texans 13 Second quarter: 4:48 Houston Touchdown - Arian Foster rushed right for 1 yard. (Neil Rackers extra point is good). Ravens 17, Texans 6 Second quarter: 11:42 Houston Field Goal - 33-yarder by Neil Rackers. Ravens 17, Texans 3 First quarter: 1:08 Baltimore Touchdown - 10-yard pass from Joe Flacco to Anquan Boldin.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
The Ravens' first official training camp practice is still well over three months away, but as head coach John Harbaugh thought on Friday about the latest addition to his team's passing game, he couldn't help but get excited. "To me, the sky is the limit," Harbaugh said after tight end Owen Daniels passed his physical and finalized a one-year deal worth $1 million, with an additional $1 million available in incentives. Daniels is expected to pair with Dennis Pitta to give the Ravens one of the better pass-catching tight end tandems in the league.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | December 10, 2010
Kevin Cowherd: Ravens 24, Texans 20: Ravens undergo mass hypnosis to forget bitter loss to the Steelers and drill reeling Texans, losers of 5 of their last 6. Jamison Hensley: Ravens 38, Texans 20. Derrick Mason is right -- the Ravens don't have a good offense at times. But offenses are good all the time against the Texans, who are giving up 26.7 points per game. Edward Lee: Ravens 34 Texans 17: The Texans' sliver of playoffs hope will fade after the Ravens' offense explodes.
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By Scott Dance | April 3, 2012
Bystanders have posted cell phone videos of today's tornado outbreak in the Dallas area on YouTube, and they are awe-inspiring and surreal. In one video, people stand in awe of a twister in the distance before fearing it's headed their way and going indoors. Here are two accounts of a tornado near Forney, Texas:  
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By Dale Robertson and Houston Chronicle | September 21, 2013
Texans fans might be angry at former Texan Bernard Pollard, and some of Andre Johnson's teammates probably are, too. But Johnson, speaking for the first time Friday since the high and hard sideline tackle by Pollard deep in Titans territory Sunday forced him to go through the NFL's concussion protocol, said there's nothing to be angry about. Johnson, 32, expected to start in Baltimore on Sunday after receiving clearance from an independent doctor, doesn't believe Pollard was trying to injure him. No malice on play Johnson said what gave him blurred vision and a migraine was "my head (slamming)
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2014
From a football standpoint, I don't think the upgraded charge on running back  Ray Rice  changes things too much. The Ravens planned on adding at least one running back before Rice's legal issues began and once they did, they were prepared for the possibility that even when the situation gets resolved, Rice would likely be facing some sort of NFL suspension. However, with all that being said, they better get moving unless they are just resigned to drafting a back in the middle to late rounds.
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By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | November 27, 2013
This has been a very busy season on the “Sunday Night Football” sidelines for NBC Sports reporter Michele Tafoya, who will be in Baltimore tonight covering the Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers matchup. In the season opener between the Ravens and the Denver Broncos, she reported skillfully on severe weather that delayed the game. She followed that a week later with more fine work on a lightning delay in Seattle. Recently, in Week 9, she provided extensive coverage of Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak's collapse as he walked off the field at halftime in a game against the Indianapolis Colts.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2013
Back in September, when Ed Reed returned to Baltimore to make his Houston Texans debut, an appreciative crowd at M&T Bank Stadium serenaded him with “Reeeeeeed” as he ran out onto the field and hundreds of fans waited after a blowout Ravens win to pay tribute to one of the greatest players in team history and say goodbye as he disappeared down the tunnel. No one - especially not Reed - thought he would be back in Baltimore two months later. But after a bitter divorce with the Texans, who released him last week, Reed has reunited with an old friend in former Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan, the coach of the New York Jets.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2013
On a conference call with Baltimore media Wednesday, former Ravens safety Ed Reed, who signed with the New York Jets last week, spoke candidly about his brief time with the Houston Texans and the circumstances that led the Texans to release him last week. Reed said that he was surprised that the Texans, who have dropped eight straight games since starting the season 2-0, released him after he played just seven games for them. And he made it clear that he thought it was defensive coordinator Wade Phillips who wanted him out of Houston.
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By Matt Vensel | November 14, 2013
It seemed a fitting farewell for a Ravens icon who was walking out of M&T Bank Stadium one last time. Back in September, after Ed Reed played what we all thought would be his final game in Baltimore as an active player -- albeit as a member of the visiting Houston Texans -- the fans that had cheered his name for a decade said goodbye in a touching manner that the future Hall-of-Famer safety seemed to savor. I'll never forget the scene, hundreds of fans lining up three rows deep after a blowout Ravens victory so they could show their appreciation for all the thrills and chills he gave them.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Ed Reed will be back in Baltimore after all, this time playing for the New York Jets. The Jets announced today that they have agreed to terms with the Ravens' longtime free safety just a couple of days after Reed was released by the Houston Texans. The move reunites Reed with his former defensive coordinator in Baltimore, Rex Ryan , who is now the head coach of the Jets.  The Jets will face the Ravens next Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, giving Reed a second opportunity to return to the city where he played for the first 11 seasons of his NFL career.
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By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2013
It was obvious from any cool-headed assessment, even his own, that Ed Reed's time in Houston wasn't headed for a happy ending. That said, I was still startled for a second when I heard the Texans planned to release him after just seven games. It's simply not the expected ending for an athlete as inspired as Reed was only a few seasons ago. And Houston had put on such a push to woo him last summer.     But the NFL is a cold league, probably the least sentimental in American sports.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2013
A collection of what other media outlets are saying about the release of former Ravens and, most recently, Houston Texans safety Ed Reed. * NFL.com's Chris Wesseling says Reed “might be facing the end of his football career.” The Texans surely realized a disgruntled veteran of Reed's declining skill level and decorated resume would be a distraction on a team trying to pull itself out of the tailspin of a seven-game losing skid....
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