The Baltimore Ravens that take the field for the 2013-14 season will have a very different look from the group that won the Super Bowl in February. The Ravens have already parted ways with Anquan Boldin, Bernard Pollard, Dannell Ellerby and Paul Kruger. Ray Lewis is hanging up his cleats as well, meaning that 5 starters will have to be replaced (Chris Canty has signed a 3-year deal with Baltimore). It now seems inevitable that Ed Reed will also be leaving Baltimore this offseason. The pro-bowl safety already visited with the 49ers earlier this week. On Thursday, he is scheduled to pay the Houston Texans a visit…
Just got a text from Ed Reed confirming what @mcclain_on_nfl said — The All-Pro safety will visit the Texans tomorrow.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 13, 2013
Houston is in the market for a safety, after losing Glover Quin to the Lions.
Last season, Reed had 58 tackles and 4 interceptions.