Ed Reed to Retire


After an amazing 12 year career, Ed Reed is ready to retire.

Reed was drafted in 2002, by the Baltimore Ravens, 1st round, 24th pick overall. By the numbers, Reed was a 9-time Pro Bowler, 8-time All Pro player in the NFL, Defensive player of the Year (2004), Super Bowl Champion (2012),  not to mention part of the NFL All-Decade team in the 2000s. Reed finished with 643 tackles, 64 INTs, 11 forced fumbles, 13 TDs, and 1,590 Interception Return Yards. He spent most of his career with the Ravens, despite his time with the Houston Texans and then also New York Jets in 2013. Finishing off with where he started, The Ravens held a press conference for Reed last Thursday, where Reed said, “I love this city. I love this organization”. With an incredible career behind him, in the future, Reed will be a shoo-in as a hall of famer, and on November 22, Reed will be inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor for a week 11 matchup against the Rams. 


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