Ed Reynolds

Stanford Cardinal #29 -

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 205

Ed Reynolds is going back to training camp

Stanford safety Ed Reynolds was once a ball boy at Giants training camp. He spoke with SB Nation, about returning to the NFL field, except as a top draft pick.

Are Stanford NFL prospects falling in the draft?

Could the former Cardinal players entering the draft struggle to find spots in the league?

Scouting the Draft: Ed Reynolds, FS, Stanford

The Jets have lacked a ballhawking safety since the arrival of Rex Ryan. Could Stanford free safety Ed Reynolds be the guy that Gang Green is looking for?

NFL mock draft 2014: Five 1st round Pac-12 players

The Pac-12 could have plenty of first round picks, including a host of Stanford Cardinal players like David Yankey, Trent Murphy and Ed Reynolds. Anthony Barr and Marqise Lee also figure to go in the first round.

The most dangerous Beaver

Oregon's State's Brandin Cooks is the nation's leading receiver - but can the Cardinal defense can slow him down in Corvallis?

Q&A with Go Mighty Card

What does a Stanford fan think about Saturday?

Stanford vs Washington State: What to Watch for

The Cougars are 3-1 and looking for a big upset - but the Cardinal will be looking to dominate the day in Seattle

Stanford safety Ed Reynolds ejected for targeting

The Cardinal will miss Reynolds for the rest of this game and the first half of their next game.

Who are the Pac-12's Best DBs in 2013?

Rankings the Pac-12 12 best defensive backs going into 2012. Ed Reynolds of Stanford and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu of Oregon headline Pac-12 defensive backs.

Stanford Rose Bowls span from 1902 to 2013

The Stanford Cardinal is headed to its 13th Rose Bowl, the first trip since 2000. The school is 5-6-1 in the game, dating back to the very first edition in 1902. Stanford will face the winner of the Big Ten Championship, either Wisconsin or Nebraska.

Bruins come up just short in 27-24 loss

The Bruins matched Stanford play-for-play, but one mistake cost them a trip to the Rose Bowl.

Stanford get five All-Pac-12 and Coach of the Year

Cardinal coach David Shaw took home the Coach of the Year honors, and Cal's kicker was a first-team selection.

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