Ed Reed Reportedly Leaning Towards Playing In 2010

Despite Ed Reed telling reporters that he was contemplating retirement following the Ravens’ loss to the Colts, Baltimore’s All-Pro safety is expected to play next season, according to the National Football Post.

The National Football Post elaborates:

It would take a major setback with his nerve impingement in his neck and ligament tears in his hip and groin for Reed to stop playing football.

This is certainly excellent news for Baltimore, given that Reed is still capable of being a game-changing presence in the secondary when healthy, as evidenced by his interceptions against the Colts in the playoffs (one of which he fumbled, and the other taken back by penalty).

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