Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed is on the fence about playing another season in the NFL. Speaking with Adam Schein on SiriusXM radio on Thursday, Reed said that he was "not 100 percent committed" to playing football in 2012.
That marks a change from a statement Reed made earlier this spring. In March, he told the Florida Sun-Sentinel that he envisioned himself playing another four of five years. He also said he wanted to spend those years with the Ravens, the only team Reed has played for since being drafted by the Ravens in the 1st round of the 2002 NFL Draft.
Reed turns 34 in September. He played in all 16 games regular season for the Ravens last season, finishing the season with three interceptions, a sack and 60 tackles. His interception against the Houston Texans in the playoffs last season helped secure the win and a ticket to the AFC Championship, where Baltimore narrowly lost to New England.
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