The players can focus on football now — they're officially done talking to the media.
Ravens safety Ed Reed was the last guy at the podium on Thursday. After he finished talking with reporters, he scooped up a blue placard with his name on it.
"I'm going to give it to my mother," he said.
He said he's very glad that his interviews are done for the week.
Players had three hourlong sessions during the week, and Reed had another press availability on Monday.
The coaches for the 49ers and Ravens will speak with reporters again on Friday morning.
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