Reed's comments had interesting timing
Reed cited concerns about his louis vuitton handbags on sale health and long-term future. When he was asked whether the Ravens organization knows about this yet, his response was this: "I'm sure they will after this interview." Even if Reed doesn't play another down, he's a shoo-in for the Pro Football Hall of Fame with what he has done in 10 stellar seasons. Reed turns 34 on Sept. 11, but his comments are a bit of surprise, considering that last season he started every game for the first time in three years. Reed had three interceptions to bring his career total to 57, which have helped him make eight Pro Bowls and eight All-Pro teams. The only thing missing from his Canton-qualified resume is a Super Bowl ring. He entered the league in 2002, two years after the Ravens won their only NFL championship. With outside linebacker Terrell Suggs — the reigning louis vuitton necklace defensive player of the year — already out for the foreseeable future because of recent Achilles tendon injuries it would a huge blow for the Ravens if Reed doesn't return. In addition to Reed's clutch playmaking — which included an interception in the team's most recent playoff win against the Houston Texans — the Ravens would miss his presence as a rallying spark. Looking at the current state of affairs regarding retired NFL players, maybe it should be less surprising that Reed is thinking about walking away from the game at a relatively young age for his position. Consider that former Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos safety — and fellow future Hall of Famer — Brian Dawkins retired in April at age 38. Reed's comments had interesting timing — they came on the same day the Ravens signed their other starting safety, Bernard Pollard, to a three-year contract extension. Pollard is more of a hard-hitting, run-support louis vuitton handbags for sale type, however. His presence is meant to complement Reed's savvy, free-lance ball-hawking.