Former longtime Ravens FS Ed Reed will announce his retirement on Thursday.
Free agent S Ed Reed has joined the cast of Showtime's Inside The NFL.
ESPN New York reports the Jets have no interest in signing free agent Ed Reed.
Free agent Ed Reed, 35, told reporters at Ravens CB Lardarius Webb's annual softball event Sunday that he hopes to continue playing football.
ESPN New York doesn't believe free agent S Ed Reed figures into the Jets' immediate plans.
Impending free agent Ed Reed said he wants to play one more season.
Ed Reed only played in sub packages during Sunday's Week 16 win over the Browns.
Ed Reed says he'd like to play two more years beyond 2013.
Coach Rex Ryan said Ed Reed will continue to start for the Jets.
Coach Rex Ryan insisted that the 66-yard touchdown bomb from Joe Flacco to Jacoby Jones Sunday was not Ed Reed's fault.
Making his Jets debut Sunday, Ed Reed played on 61-of-69 defensive snaps.
The Jets announced ahead of Sunday's game at Buffalo that Ed Reed will start at free safety.
New Jets S Ed Reed will be active for Sunday's game against the Bills, but will come off the bench.
Jets agreed to terms with S Ed Reed.