Profootballtalk reports the Ravens "generally knew" Ed Reed's hip was an issue, and that the Texans "apparently didn’t."
Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips admits he's "a little concerned" about Ed Reed's unexpected hip surgery.
Coach Gary Kubiak acknowledged Monday that the Texans did not expect FS Ed Reed to need hip surgery when they signed him in March.
Texans owner Bob McNair confirms Ed Reed's hip surgery was minor, but says he could be sidelined until "maybe the middle" of training camp.
Texans FS Ed Reed underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair a small labral tear in his hip last week.
Senior VP of Public and Community Relations Kevin Byrne insisted on the team website that the Ravens did in fact want Ed Reed back.
According to the Baltimore Sun, coach John Harbaugh wanted FS Ed Reed back with the Ravens "as much as he wants a root canal."
Updating a previous item, Ed Reed's Texans contract is good for three years with a max value of $15 million.
Texans agreed to terms with S Ed Reed, formerly of the Ravens, on a two-year contract.
NFL.com reports the Ravens are "very pessimistic" about re-signing free agent Ed Reed.
League sources tell the Baltimore Sun the Texans' offer to free agent Ed Reed was for roughly three years and $4 million annually, but that Reed is angling for closer to the $7.2 million he made last season.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he's "very hopeful" of re-signing free agent Ed Reed.
Coach Gary Kubiak says the Texans are still "very much involved" with free agent Ed Reed.
A league source tells the Baltimore Sun that the Texans' initial offer to free agent S Ed Reed came in low enough that a fast deal was unrealistic.