David Reed had a rough week off the field last week, as his apartment was searched by Baltimore County police for possible narcotics.
On the field, Reed had the best game of his rookie season, and he's earned a little hardware for it.
Reed has been named the AFC's Special Teams Player of the Week following his performance Monday night against the Texans.
The rookie wide receiver out of Utah had a 103-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, averaged 38.8 yards on six kickoffs overall, and added two special teams tackles.
A fifth-round pick in April's draft, Reed has done well as the Ravens' kickoff returner since earning the job six weeks ago.
He's averaged 29.9 yards per return, and showed impressive strength and speed on the touchdown against Houston, bouncing off three would-be tacklers and outrunning the Texans down the sideline for the score.