Former Baltimore Ravens legend Ed Reed has been nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The first round of nominations is a long list but Reed is one of the highlighted members expected to be a first ballot Hall of Famer.
Reed played almost all of his career with the Ravens. In Reed’s last game with the Ravens he helped the Ravens in their second Super Bowl. Reed was a nine time Pro Bowler and won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2004.
Reed was a ball hawk and was dangerous every time he had his hands on the ball. Reed had 64 career interceptions and over 1,500 interception return yards.
If Reed is voted into the Hall of Fame he would be the third player that the Ravens drafted to make the Hall behind Jonathan Ogden and Ray Lewis. Lewis was just recently inducted into the Hall of Fame this year so the Ravens would be sending a player back to back years.
Congradulations Ed Reed on the nomination!