The league office routinely reviews plays of that nature to determine if any fine will be issued as punishment. Several other plays from the Ravens' 28-13 victory at
Meanwhile, Brady has been in contact with Reed and apologized for what happened.
"Leg is feeling all right, a little sore right now," Reed told 105.7 The Fan in a radio interview Monday. "A little slide kick, you know what I'm saying. It's a tough spot the quarterback's in. I understand Brady's point, him protecting himself. I know he's a great player. I respect Brady and his game for all it stands for, and I know he's not a dirty player, and emotions get going in the game.
"We talked actually not too long ago, we talked on the phone. He actually reached out to me, texted me. I tried to text him back, but the message exploded after 12 seconds. So, I had to call him. And he's just apologized and whatnot. I told him, 'It's good, man.'"
"When you slide, obviously quarterbacks know when they slide, everything is on the ground," Pollard said Monday. "He knew what he was doing. So, I'm the type of player it has to go both ways. It really does. It has to go both ways. Hopefully, the NFL will do something about it. If they don't, that's fine. If they do, that's fine.
"I think for me as a player we all know emotions are on the field. We're going to say things. We're going to do things, but, when it's all said and done, if you want to keep the game clean, if you want to keep this thing going in the right direction, everybody needs to be penalized for their actions."
Harbaugh was irate after the play and complained to officials about the lack of a penalty.
"I saw the same thing you saw," Harbaugh said. "I saw the same thing everybody saw, so that would be in the league's hands. It's pretty straightforward what happened. I'm going to leave it up to you guys to make those evaluations and to the league to make that evaluation."