Ed Reynolds

Stanford Cardinal #29 - Free Safety

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 205

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Oklahoma State PROjections: Daytawion Lowe


Daytawion Lowe is now a Philadelphia Eagle, and as an undrafted free agent, is looking to just make the team. The problem that stands in the way is that the Eagles drafted a free safety in the...

Do you approve of Ed Reynolds in the 5th Rd?


We know who the Eagles picked. Now it's time to overreact.

Official: Eagles pick safety Ed Reynolds at 162


Meet the No. 162 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft and now the newest Philadelphia Eagles member.


2014 Draft Breakdown: Ed Reynolds

The dynamic free safety made a lot of plays over two years, but is he NFL material?


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...

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