April 20, 2002: A season removed from winning their first
Sept. 30, 2002: In a 34-23 home victory over the
Feb.8, 2004: Playing in his first
Nov. 7, 2004: Reed set an
Jan. 7, 2005: The first safety in 20 years to receive the honor, Reed is named the Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year after a season in which he set a franchise record with nine interceptions, broke the then NFL single-season record with 358 interception return yards and had two touchdowns.
Jan. 13, 2007: In a disappointing follow-up to a 13-3 regular season, the Ravens fall to the
Sept. 13, 2010: Because of a hip injury, Reed starts the season on the physically unable to perform list and missed the Ravens' first six games. However, he returned and led the NFL with eight interceptions in 10 regular season games. Hip, neck and shoulder injuries would dog Reed over his last three seasons in Baltimore.
Jan. 9, 2011: Playing with a heavy heart after his brother, Brian, went missing in Louisiana, Reed receives the game ball following the Ravens’ 30-7 playoff victory over the
Jan.15, 2012: A day after he secured a 20-13 playoff victory over the
Nov. 20, 2012: Labeled a repeat offender of the rule that bans high hits on defenseless receivers, Reed is suspended one game for his hit on
Feb. 3, 2013: Reed gets his hands on the Lombardi Trophy for the first time after the Ravens defeated the