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Latest Ed Reed Items
Unlike several players at the Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed agrees with President Obama that football needs to be made safer. Reed wants to be part of the solution, too.
Ravens safety Ed Reed isn't planning on joining teammate Ray Lewis in retirement after the Super Bowl.
Center Matt Birk, safety Ed Reed and guard Bobbie Williams head a list of longtime veterans who will be making their first Super Bowl appearance when the Ravens face the San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 3.
The NFL is looking into Tom Brady's leg-up slide that hit Ravens safety Ed Reed in the AFC championship game.
League spokesman Greg Aiello says "any play of that nature is routinely reviewed." Brady could be subject to a fine if the league believes he violated any player safety rules.
Ed Reed is looking forward to a reunion with Chuck Pagano.
Ed Reed's footprint in NFL history is undeniable, considered perhaps the best safety to play the game.
It's been a long time since Corey Graham played against an option offense.
The stories are separate, but they're not separate. Not really. In Kansas City, we have an NFL player killing his girlfriend and then himself — and the shadow of football and its insidious head injuries hangs over it.