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According to Brent Harris of CSN Baltimore, Ravens safety Ed Reed told him that he decided to retire early in the offseason, that’s why he didn’t show up for any of the offseason activities.
Reed then told Harris that he recently changed his mind and that he’ll play this season because he loves the game.
With Reed contemplating retirement, this could be his last season in the NFL, or not. Hopefully he doesn’t turn into another Brett Favre.
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