Following last night’s Super Bowl win, John Harbaugh has stated that he wants free agent Ed Reed back in Baltimore. Reed was essential in last night’s victory, intercepting Colin Kaepernick and blitzing the 49ers QB on a two-point conversion attempt that would have tied the score.
CBS’ Jason La Canfora said on Sunday that “a lot of people believe” Reed will sign with the Colts. The swirling rumors about Reed have also linked him to the Patriots, although that’s pure speculation.
The 34-year-old safety has been with the Baltimore Ravens since 2002. In the locker room after last night’s Super Bowl win, Reed shouted, “This is not it. I’m not done.” With what seems to be definitely plans to play again in 2013, it looks like Reed might be a Raven for a few more years.
John Harbaugh said he talked with Ed Reed yesterday on the bus — "He and I both agreed we want him back. … Ed's a Baltimore Raven."—
Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) February 04, 2013