NFL free agents 2013: Will Ed Reed stay in Baltimore?

Jared Wickerham

The NFL's career leader in interception return yards came up during a Twitter Q&A on free agency.

NFL Network's Albert Breer spent time Sunday morning answering questions on Twitter regarding the upcoming NFL offseason and the impending free-agency class. One of the first names to pop up was Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed.

Breer succinctly answered the question on Reed, an 11-year NFL veteran.

Reed, who is playing in his first Super Bowl on Sunday, has been with Baltimore since 2002 when he was drafted No. 24 overall out of Miami. He was selected for his ninth Pro Bowl this season.

Breer also addressed the status of Miami Dolphins tackle Jake Long, the No. 1 pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, who hits free agency for the first time this offseason. Breer said Miami's commitment to Long depends on if the team has the money and what it thinks of tackle Jonathan Martin, who was a rookie in 2012.

Breer also noted the Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears as possible landing spots for Long.

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