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Super Bowl Champion Ed Reed Talks About Winning It All In Hometown And House Break-In

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super bowl logo01 Super Bowl Champion Ed Reed Talks About Winning It All In Hometown And House Break In

Ravens Super Bowl Champion S Ed Reed joined The Glenn Younes Show on 105-7 THE FAN to discuss winning a Super Bowl in his hometown, the parade (he was trying to wave a every single Ravens fans in attendance), his relationship with the team and coaches, his future plans AND a scary break-in at his Baltimore home while he was trying to bring home the trophy to the city!

(Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

(Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

 

On his Super Bowl interception:
“To play against a great team…growing up watching the 49ers play – huge fan of Jerry Rice & Ronnie Lott.” “…grew up loving Bill Walsh, to get an interception was like the icing on the cake & in the hometown, and then win it – I can’t explain it, I’m still in the moment.”

On the Ravens Super Bowl win:
“It’s fate, it’s a blessing…Baltimore feels it, because it’s something we’ve been working for. It’s one thing to talk about something, it’s another thing to believe in it & work for it. We as an organization, as a team…we have been building towards this & the city has been there the whole time.”

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On his relationship with Ravens Head coach John Harbaugh:
“We have a lot of respect for each other; obviously because we understand that we are men going through a process of growing, living together & it’s just a great understanding that me & coach have. We communicate a lot…”

On the Ravens victory parade:
“That was awesome, to see everybody out there. I was trying to wave at every person. There was so much joy & we did it together.”

On his home being broken into in Baltimore, while he was in New Orleans for the Super Bowl:
“It happened. (the Super Bowl) it’s bigger than the little things that happen to us. So many people got to touch the trophy & be part of it & we were part of it with them. That’s what we need more of.”

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