Ed Reed Inducted into Professional Football Hall of Fame

Baltimore, MD (Arundel News Network) – Ed Reed, the former Baltimore Ravens safety has been inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame. He is only the third Raven to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. The previous two have been Ray Lewis and Jonathan Ogden. Ogden was the first Raven to be inducted. All three were their first time on the ballot to be inducted.

Reed played 11 Seasons with the Ravens and made 9 pro bowls. His other accomplishments include being named All-Pro First Team five times, named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2004 and holds the NFL record for most interception return yards with 1,590 yards.

His career statistics follows:

  • 174 games
  • 643 tackles
  • 139 Passes defended
  • 64 interceptions
  • 34 TFL, 6 sacks
  • 11 FF, 13 FR
  • 9 Touchdowns
  • 9 time Pro Bowler
  • 5 time All-Pro
  • 2004 AP DPOY
  • SB XLVII Champ

Congratulations to Ed Reed and the Ravens family.

Provided by the Baltimore Ravens
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