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.
Reed could be on the market for a while if he sticks to his guns, as the money simply isn't there league-wide. The cap-strapped Ravens could have trouble even matching $4 million. Reed has presumably been waiting for other suitors to emerge since he left Houston without a deal, but they've yet to come forward. His choices are likely down to Houston and Baltimore.