Wide receiver David Reed had his apartment searched by Baltimore County police during a drug investigation on Tuesday night, but the rookie is still scheduled to play Monday night when the Ravens take on the Texans, head coach John Harbaugh said today.
"He'll play," Harbaugh said. "It's not something that really affects his football status at this time. He'll have a chance to tell his side of it in the proper way when the time comes.
"We have to see how it all shakes out. It's in other people's hands right now and I think time will kind of work that out as we go."
Charges have not been filed against Reed at this point. Evidence was taken from his residence during the police search.
Reed, a fifth-round pick out of Utah, could be subject to punishment from the NFL under their personal conduct policy if he's convicted or charged with a crime.
For now, however, he will continue to practice with the team and will play on Monday.
Reed is the Ravens' top kickoff returner, and has averaged 26.1 yards per return this season. He also has one rush for 15 yards and eight special teams tackles on the season.
The rookie wideout has declined to comment on the investigation.