Ravens tight ends looking forward to reuniting with ‘brother,' Cardinals tight end Maxx Williams; Ed Reed donates to housing initiative
By Daniel Oyefusi
Sep 13, 2019 | 5:03 PM
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh on the retirement announcement of former Raven Torrey Smith.
One of the lesser-profile reunions occurring at M&T Bank Stadium this weekend is the return of tight end Maxx Williams.
Williams, the Ravens’ second-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft, played four seasons with the team before signing a one-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals in the offseason. He recorded one catch for 15 yards last week in Arizona’s 27-27 tie against the Detroit Lions.
Said Andrews: “We’ve been through a lot, training camp and all that stuff. Once you do things like that with your teammates, it’s a brotherhood. He’s one of our brothers.”
Reed donates to West Baltimore communities
Former Ravens safety and newly enshrined Pro Football Hall of Famer Ed Reed is working with Wells Fargo to donate $100,000 for the restoration and development of housing projects in West Baltimore.
Reed presented the grant Friday morning at Booker T. Washington High School, alongside the Upton Planning Committee, elected officials, members of Wells Fargo and community leaders.
According to its official website, the Upton Planning Committee makes recommendations for the preservation and improvement of the Historic Upton Neighborhoods, six community associations north of downtown Baltimore that once were a "thriving hub of African-American culture and commerce.”