Originally written on Ballertainment  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Ballertainment Ed Reed thanks Ravens fans via full-page ad in Baltimore newspaper Ed Reed spent 10 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, and culminated his tenure there with a Super Bowl Championship. Reed closed that chapter and agreed to join the Houston Texans. Friday, he signed a three-year contract worth a reported $15 million. Sunday, in a true act of class, Reed took out a full-page ad in the Baltimore Sun to bid the city, its fans and the organization farewell and to thank them for their support. Advance the ball for Reed’s heartfelt message… Ravens Nation, My eleven seasons in Baltimore were more than I would have ever imagined, which is why I have such deep love for you all. I will forever cherish my time with the Ravens and the chills that ran down my spine when I finally kissed the Lombardi Trophy. Special thanks to the City, Team, Organization and all the Fans! I’m going to miss being a part of this tremendous team and organization, but I’ll always be Baltimore and my Foundation will remain in this community, this is not a goodbye, but a See You Soon. Thank you for everything Baltimore, God Bless you. ED REED #20 Now, that’s a G.A.M.! I hope Texans fans appreciate and understand the gift they just received. Ballertain a friend... Ballertainment - Sports Entertainment, Gossip, Lifestyle, and News
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