I've been thinking and I have a feeling that bringing back Ed Reed to play free safety on a couple of downs isn't such a bad thing after all. Ed is still a ball hawk as evidence by his INTs last year. I also think he brings the defensive swagger back and will be a coach on the sideline and a mentor to all the young DBs and defensive players over all.
I was one of those who wanted to have him retire with Ray, but since he's chosen not to retire, why not bring him back and give him a shot? You never know what we could get with Ed. If it doesn't work out, he can retire a Raven and all is well. But if he plays well enough to start for us, then who is better than Ed Reed?
I know it isn't a very popular idea, but just thought I would throw it out there and rekindle the debate a little...
Edited by ellicottraven, 14 August 2014 - 01:19 PM.