Ed Reed is one of the greatest NFL safeties of all time so it shouldn't surprise anybody to hear that Reed was also a standout collegiate player during his time at Miami. Reed played for the Hurricanes from 1998-2001 and holds the schools all-time career interception list with 21, 5
of which he returned for a touchdown. Reed went on to the NFL where he was ultimately named to 9 Pro-Bowls and won one Super Bowl.
After retiring from the NFL in 2015, Ed Reed reappeared in the NFL landscape as an assistant defensive backs coach for the Buffalo Bills in 2016. Reed was given the opportunity by his former coach Rex Ryan, who was always impressed with Reed's IQ and knowledge of the game. Although Reed was not retained by the Buffalo Bills after his one season as a coach, there is talk that he could one day rejoin his former team the Baltimore Ravens as a coach. Other than that, Reed also remains busy through the Ed Reed Foundation; a charity he created to help underprivileged youth realize their potential.