Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl
TheÂ Baltimore Ravens received a welcomed sight Tuesday as Pro Bowl safetyÂ Ed Reed returned to the team after spending time with his family in Louisiana to deal with the disappearance of his younger brother.
“Ed got back and he practiced,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters Tuesday. “He went through the meetings today. He got back for the meetings. He was in good spirits. He seemed like he was doing pretty well.”
Brian Reed, 29, was reported missing last week following a police chase where he jumped into the Mississippi River to avoid authorities. A search later found clothing items of Brian Reed, who remains missing.
Ed Reed, 32, played last weekend with a heavy heart and recorded four tackles in Baltimore’s 30-7 wild-card win over theÂ Kansas City Chiefs. He received a game ball by the Ravens for his efforts. His return to practice Tuesday is a strong sign that he’s also expected to play in Saturday’s divisional playoff game against theÂ Pittsburgh Steelers.
James Walker covers the AFC North for ESPN.com. You can follow him via Twitter at espnafc_north.