Ravens’ Safety Ed Reed Has No Plans to Retire
(NEW YORK) — While the Baltimore Ravens will have to deal with the loss of Ray Lewis to retirement, the same will not be said for safety Ed Reed.
Reed has been one of the best safeties in the NFL since his rookie year with the Ravens back in 2002. For the past couple years though, he was undecided of his football future. Even though he’s won his first Super Bowl, he won’t be retiring anytime soon.
“This is not it,” Reed told the Baltimore Sun. “This is not it. I’m not done.”
“It’s all about right now,” Reed added. “I’ll reassess things the way I always do and we’ll tune in and get back to you all. It’s all about the moment. I’m not even thinking about this. I love this game. If I’m able to do it, I’ll be doing it.”
Reed has accumulated 61 interceptions in the regular season during his career, and another nine in the postseason.
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