Found February 25, 2013 on
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Los Angeles is the Sports Entertainment capital of the world. Therefore, it’s only right that on Hollywood’s biggest night, a couple of jocks bask in the aura of The Academy Awards limelight. Super Bowl Champion Ed Reed hit the red carpet for the NFL network. Make sure to note his monogrammed shirt.
George Clooney reportedly told Reed that he “hurt him bad” with that Super Bowl victory. Reed lucked up into his red carpet assignment after Rob Gronkowski bowed out.
Chris Paul and his wife Jada hit up the A-list only Vanity Fair post-Oscars soireé. The couple displayed a lot of old Hollywood glamour with CP3 rocking Dries Van Noten, Ferragamo and Lanvin. Plus a lapel pin by Jason of Beverly Hills. Mrs. Paul was in Diane von Furstenberg and of course, Louboutin.
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Ed Reed has hit the Oscars red carpet to do a bit of schmoozing with the stars, as well as conduct interviews for the Rich Eisen Podcast on NFL.com.
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed is working the Red Carpet at the Oscars for NFL Network. It looks like the Super Bowl Champion and All-Pro is having a great time with it.
Well this got us thinking … Cooler trophy: Oscar or Lombardi? #oscars twitter.com/NFL_ATL/status…
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Ed Reed on the carpet. #oscars twitter.com/NFL_ATL/status…...
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Ed Reed was the red carpet correspondent for the NFL Network’s Oscar coverage and had a rather memorable exchange with Cincinatti native George Clooney.
As USA Today reports Reed moved to interview the Oscar winner when Clooney greeted him with the following
“You hurt me bad; I’m a Bengals fan.”
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