FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - Ed Reed is going back to Baltimore. Again.
But this time, the veteran safety is facing his former teammates as a member of the New York Jets. Signed last week after being cut by Houston, Reed is expected to play quite a bit against the team he played for in his first 11 NFL seasons.
Reed cherished his time with the Ravens - unlike his few months with Houston. He unloaded on the Texans and defensive coordinator Wade Phillips on Wednesday, citing Phillips as the reason he's no longer in Houston. Asked about his comments on Thursday, Reed said he was "done with that."
Reed, who played against the Ravens in Week 3, is hoping to stabilize a Jets secondary that has been susceptible to big pass plays.
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