Report: Ravens plan to make an offer to try to keep Reed

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The Baltimore Ravens seemed to be out of the picture for veteran safety Ed Reed, but USA Today reports the Ravens will make another bid to retain Reed.
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome plans to meet with Reed's agent, David Dunn, at the NFL Annual Meeting this week, according to the report.
At that point, Newsome is expected to make an offer to Reed.
Reed is expected to make a decision on a teamthis week.
"Four years ago, we went down this same road with Ray (Lewis)," Newsome told USA Today's Jarrett Bell. "Dave always does a very good job of keeping us in the loop. That doesn't mean Ed will come back, and it doesn't mean that he will leave."
Reed, 34, is an unrestricted free agent who made $7.2 million last season.

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