Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed is fresh off of winning Super Bowl 47, which means he has some free time on his hands. What does a star the caliber of Reed do when he’s not crushing opposing offenses? Why, head out to Hollywood and schmooze with celebrities on the Oscars red carpet of course.
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Reed replaced New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who had already been the party poster-child of the NFL offseason. It’s probably a move the Patriots wanted to make to keep him out of any more headlines.
Reed is looking rather fly on the red carpet Sunday night, rocking a pair of Oakley shades and conducting interviews for the Rich Eisen Podcast on NFL.com.
Ed Reed interviewing NY Times Best Selling author Maria Menounos. Photo courtesy of Twitter (@ChrisBrockman).
Ed Reed interviewing @OMGInsider co-host Kevin Frazier. Photo courtesy of Twitter (@ChrisBrockman).
Oh yea, and if you wanted to know the detail in Reed’s suit, just take a glance at the Super Bowl Champion cufflinks.
VN:F [1.9.10_1130]Ed Reed rocks the Oscars red carpet, schmoozes the stars,
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