And he was again one more time Thursday on his last official day as an
"Home is Baltimore," said Reed, who will be inducted into the Ravens' ring of honor Nov. 22 against the
Reed's 1,590 interception return yards are the most in NFL history, and he holds the record for the two longest interception returns ever -- 107 yards in 2008 and 106 yards in 2004. He is also in the all-time top 10 for career interceptions (64 for sixth place) and interceptions returned for a touchdown (seven for 10th place).
Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, said of Reed on Thursday, "Probably the next time I'll be standing next to him is Canton."
After spending his first 11 seasons with the Ravens -- earning NFL defensive player of the year honors in 2004 and winning the Super Bowl in 2012 -- Reed split 2013 between the
He sat out all of the 2014 season before returning to Baltimore on Thursday.
"This is where it started," Reed said. "I knew this is where it was going to end, because I never intended to leave this organization once I came here."