D'Aundre Reed

#48DE,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 260
Born:
College: Arizona
Birth Place: Moreno Valley, California
Draft: 2011 7th round (12th pick) by the
  • Miami Dolphins are the perfect test for the Ravens offense
    Baltimore Beatdown1 hour ago

    Miami Dolphins are the perfect test for the Ravens offense

    What does a retirement, two season-ending injuries and one expected starting left tackle being absent all have in common? They all happened to the Ravens offensive line. Ronnie Stanley did not participate in over half of this weeks practice. With Alex Lewis and Nico Siragusa out, the Ravens will jumble the masses towards the best line combination possible, and the Miami Dolphins defensive line is the perfect test. In the most recent set of practices, the Ravens starters have been: LT — James Hurst LG — Matt Skura C — Ryan Jensen RG — Marshal Yanda RT — Austin Howard This line combo is worrisome, but if they can fend off some of the biggest pass rushers in the league, they may ease back the terrified

  • Falcons looking for more decisive runs from rookie Hill
    USA Today

    Falcons looking for more decisive runs from rookie Hill

    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — Rookie running back Brian Hill is still adjusting to the speed of the NFL as he tries to win a backup job with the Atlanta Falcons. The problem is there isn't much time in the preseason for Hill to make that adjustment. Hill and Terron Ward are considered the favorites to win a backup job behind Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Freeman, who left last Sunday's practice with concussion symptoms , won't play in this Sunday's preseason game at Pittsburgh. Coach Dan Quinn said Wednesday he expects Freeman, who agreed to a five-year , $41.25 million contract extension last week, to be cleared from the concussion protocol "the next couple days." "It's not going to be a long-term

  • Can Jordan Williams Crack Giants’ Roster?
    Big Blue View

    Can Jordan Williams Crack Giants’ Roster?

    Jordan Williams, an undrafted free agent out of Tennessee on his third franchise in three NFL seasons, would seem like a long shot to make the New York Giants’ roster as part of a talented, deep defensive line. Williams, though, has begun to make himself noticed as the Giants prep for the 2017 season. And he has picked up the endorsement of linebacker Jonathan Casillas, the team’s defensive captain in 2016. “I think the way he’s playing right now he could be a Giant for sure. I would take him on my team if I could decide,” Casillas said on the “Big Blue Chat” podcast. “The way he plays, last game, and I see him in practice the way he runs to the ball, his skill. He has a great motor. I hope we