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Ed Reed may have found his second calling whenever he decides to retire from the NFL. During the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl parade, Reed overlooks the excited crowd to sing “Two Tickets to Paradise.” This isn’t the first time we’ve heard Reed sing this year. Luckily no one cares if you’re singing off key as long as you produce a Lombardi trophy. He then followed up addressing the crowd poking fun at the 49ers rally cheer saying “Who’s got it better than us?” It was nice to see John Harbaugh laughing in the background, since the saying did originate from his father. According to USA Today, Reed also had the best view at the parade. Reed was spotted wearing a hat with a camera on the front in order to capture the crowd. Now that’s a perfect way to record thousands of people celebrating and cheering you on. Now if the Ravens could only get him to cut that hair maybe he could be molded into your next favorite R&B stud. I highly doubt that thought.
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