Here is all you need to know about Ed Reed, his age, height, weight, wife, career, net worth and more
The Baltimore Ravens’ nine-time Pro Bowl selection and Super Bowl champion Ed Reed has agreed to take over as Bethune-Cookman’s head football coach, the university announced on Tuesday.
The Pro Football Hall of Famer Reed is the newest well-known former athlete to coach at an HBCU after being enlisted in 2019. The most recent position the 44-year-old Reed had at his alma mater Miami during the past three seasons was senior football adviser under head coach Mario Cristobal.
Who Is Ed Reed New Bethune-Cookman Football Coach, His Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Stats, College, Net Worth
Before joining the Miami staff in 2016, Reed worked as a defensive backs assistant coach for the Buffalo Bills. Reed, a native of Louisiana, played on Miami’s national championship squad in 2001. He was selected by the Ravens in the first round of the 2002 NFL Draft, and he three times led the league in interceptions. The NFL record for interception return yards belongs to him.
Who is Ed Reed?
His full name is Edward Earl Reed Jr., a former safety and current head coach of the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats. He was born on September 11, 1978, and is currently 44 years old. He is 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) tall while he weighs 93kg. He participated in the Miami Hurricanes’ 2001 national championship squad while playing college football for them, and he was twice selected as a consensus All-American.
The National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens were where Reed played for most of his professional career (NFL). He played for the Ravens for 11 seasons before joining the Houston Texans and New York Jets in 2013. He was selected by the Ravens in the first round of the 2002 NFL Draft.
There is no information on his married life and if he does or doesn’t have a wife with his net worth at $12 million.
Ed Reed achievements, records, awards
Reed won the 2004 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award, was selected to nine Pro Bowls in total and holds two NFL records for the longest interception returns (106 yards in 2004 and 107 yards in 2008). Along with postseason interceptions, he also holds the NFL record for interception return yards with 1,590. (9, tied with three other players). At the time of his retirement, his 64 regular-season interceptions placed him sixth all-time in the NFL. During his time, Reed was frequently referred to as a “ball hawk,” and is regarded as one of the best safeties in NFL history.
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