They call Ed Reed a "ball-hawk." Receivers fear him and quarterbacks try to avoid throwing the football anywhere near him. The trouble is that Reed seems to be everywhere! Reed is one of the top safeties in the history of the National Football League. His trips to Hawaii to represent the Baltimore Ravens in the Pro Bowl have become annual events.
Reed is more than just one of the greatest pass interceptors in the league. He is also a thoughtful, intense man who likes to help people in need. After Hurricane Katrina struck, Reed saw the suffering of people in his home state of Louisiana, and he gave his time, money, and sweat to aid them. Reed is not just an All-Pro. He overcame his own struggles as a youth to become one of the most talented and charitable players in the National Football League.
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