Former University of Miami star safety Ed Reed is officially retiring from the NFL on Thursday as a member of the Baltimore Ravens
Famous and infamous. Future Hall of Famers and former fantasy studs. The NFL is cruel, and can leave anyone without a job.
Baltimore is happy with their secondaries for now.
That the NFL knew about the dangerous effect concussions have on players’ brains long before publicly acknowledging the link doesn’t sit well with Texans safety Ed Reed. “The business of football is shady,” Reed told ESPN.com. “The business of
Ed Reed has left Houston without a deal, according to the NFL Network. Our folks at @nflnetwork tell us Ed Reed left the building in Houston w/o a deal. Nothing expected today. — NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) March 15, 2013
The Ravens safety added the one thing missing from his all-time great resume: A Super Bowl ring.
Ravens safety Ed Reed is an impending free agent, and it’s become popular to dot-connect Reed to New England as a match with longtime admirer Bill Belichick. Reed was specifically asked by reporters Wednesday whether he could envision himself
There are four teams filled with NFL stars like Tony Gonzalez in search of that first championship.