Ed Reed would have wanted ‘the points’ for Baltimore at the end of the Buffalo game and thinks the Ravens have some ‘soul-searching’ to do.
Hall of Fame Safety, 5-time All-Pro, Super Bowl Champion
Ed Reed is a former NFL safety who played twelve seasons in the league. Reed is a 5x All-Pro, 9x Pro Bowler, and was a key piece for the Ravens’ defense that won Super Bowl XLVII. Reed is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 2019 class and the Baltimore Ravens’ Ring of Honor.
Reed was drafted 24th overall in the 2002 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens, where he spent all but one year of his illustrious career. Reed spent his final season in 2013 with both the Houston Texans and the New York Jets.
Reed finished his career with 643 tackles, 139 passes defended, and 64 interceptions. He holds NFL records for most career postseason interceptions (9), longest interception return (108 yards), and most seasons leading the league in interceptions (3). After his 2004 season in which he recorded nine interceptions, Reed was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
Reed attended the University of Miami, where he was a member of a National Championship team in 2001. He was a consensus All-American in both 2000 and 2001 with the Hurricanes. Reed set school records for career interceptions (21), career interception return yards (389), and interceptions returned for touchdowns (5).
Reed was born in Louisiana and attended Destrehan High School. Reed was an all-state selection as both a defensive back and a kick returner. He also excelled in track and field, which he continued to pursue at the University of Miami.
Since he announced his retirement in 2015, Reed has worked as an assistant defensive backs coach with the Buffalo Bills under Rex Ryan, and was hired as the University of Miami football team’s chief of staff in 2020.
Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed hands out his Most Dominant Player Award for September to an elite defender in the Steel City in safety Minkah Fitzpatrick.
Baltimore-New England is not just another rivalry, and certainly not just another game. Ed Reed explains why Patriots week for the Ravens always required more attention.
Ed Reed breaks down the Week 2 matchup between the Ravens and the Dolphins, and how Baltimore can slow down the Dolphins’ offense. The keys, Reed says, is getting your hands on Tyreek Hill and making “Tua [Tagovailoa] think.”
Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed previews the Week 2 matchup between the Dolphins and Ravens. Reed details how he would attack the Dolphins offense if he were Baltimore’s defensive coordinator.
This NFL season, The 33rd Team’s Ed Reed will highlight the player he thought dominated most thoroughly for his team with a special award. The honor will go to a player the Hall of Fame ball-hawk found to be the single most impactful force on the field over the course of that month. Reed already has […]
Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed discusses Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette’s controversial block on Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons on Sunday, and why he believes it was a cheap shot. Reed also questions the rule enforcement difference between offensive and defensive players in today’s game.