Ed Reed vs. Ronnie Lott with Special Guest Nocturnal! Listen to us debate these two great NFL safeties and have some fun along the way! Nocturnal SocialsTwitter : @mgnocturnalInstagram :@mg.nocturnalFacebook : @mgnocturnal Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC64D6-SzXah2rc_m8J-HGzwSound Cloud : https://soundcloud.com/mgnocturnalApple Music : https://music.apple.com/us/artist/nocturnal/1383767785Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/artist/0qkFW0S9CbNfhcCIESKsdwPodcast SocialsTwitter : @mnmsospodInstagram : @mnmsospodFacebook : @mnmsospodYoutube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQv92OmgZfgsoFRa2-I1puwIntro (0:00-5:08)Ed Reed vs. Ronnie Lott(5:08-51:50)Nocturnal Interview Porition(51:50- 1:04:00)Weekly Wrap Up (1:04:00-1:26:54)New Segment (1:26:54-1:34:48)
Max and Marcus Spears debate how the Packers season will go with Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Schultz joins to discuss which NBA teams should make a trade on draft day. Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed joins to break down the best safeties in Madden NFL 22.
The Legendary Ed Reed #20 | NFL 2019 Hall of FAMER
Faith Over Everything
Ed Reed and I get real on this one. To be a man who’s also an iconic super star athlete, Ed is super down to earth, humble, and loves his people deep.From family, politics, HBCU athletes, domestic violence, CTE, navigating his extremely successful career in the NFL which led him to The Hall of Fame, dating, Kaepernick, the state of blacks, his foundation, cigars, music, and life after the NFL…he shares his wisdom, passion, and knowledge with us all.
Grady Jarrett & Kyle Pitts Don't Hold Back on What to Expect from the Atlanta Falcons + Hall of Famer Ed Reed Joins The Show!
Behind The Mask Podcast
The Burn Down hangs out with NFL Hall of Famer Ed Reed! A true down to earth and genuine BOTL that embodies the cigar community! We discuss all things cigars, his college and NFL career plus a lot of laughs in between. Enjoy!
Ed Reed: The U, Ray Lewis, Flacco's Playoff Run, Belichick's Praise
Trey Wingo Presents: Half-Forgotten History
Pro Football Hall of Famer (and College Football Hall of Famer... and, as he reminds us, High School Hall of Famer) Ed Reed joins Trey for another Super Bowl-themed episode of Half-Forgotten History.First, they reminisce about the U, including Ed Reed's notorious halftime speeches, and his amazing touchdown against Boston College.Then, Ed talks about playing alongside other huge personalities in Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs and his favorite interceptions (and touchdowns). Plus, he breaks down his interception of Peyton Manning that Bill Belichick once called "the best play" he ever saw a free safety ever make.Then, Ed takes us through the Ravens' magical Super Bowl run in the '12-'13 season, including the wild upset over Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos and one of the most memorable title games in history.
What's up guys, We hope everyone is enjoying their Friday, and also ready for it to get a whole lot better with today's pod. That's all thanks to us welcoming back recurring guest and friend of the show, Ravens legend, Ed Reed. Ed was kind enough to join us via promotion through Crown Royal, and Kyle, Vas, Spenny, and Jake each brought some fun questions for him to chew on. Topics include, his future in coaching, who he's got in the Big Game, his dream golf foursome, and much more. We also give you guys our thoughts on the Big Game prior to the interview to give you guys some more content as we head into the weekend, so enjoy, have yourselves a good time on Sunday and stay safe above all else. Talk to you again next week!Follow the show on social:Twitter: @PodcastBeatdown, @Jakelouque, @ravens4dummies, @BB_KylePBarber, @VasilisBeatdownIG: baltimore_beatdownFacebook: Baltimore Beatdown - For Baltimore Ravens Fans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ed Reed is the Coordinator of Officials for the Collegiate Water Polo Association and a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Referee Evaluators Group. He began his coaching tenure at Brown University in 1971 when he was named head coach of the men’s varsity swim team and club water polo team. In 1974, the men’s water polo team achieved varsity status as he built the program into an East Coast powerhouse by never experienced a losing season at Brown, compiling a career record of 420-159-5 in 20 years at the helm. He led the Bears to 17-consecutive New England Championships and four Eastern Championships, including three straight from 1983-85, and a record ten Eastern Championship final appearances. Under Reed, the team made eleven NCAA tournament appearances, finishing sixth in 1983, 1984 and 1985. He received Eastern Water Polo League Coach of the Year honors in 1987 and 1989, was inducted into the Rhode Island Aquatic Hall of Fame in 1986, the Brown University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1996, the United States Water Polo Hall of Fame in 1999, and the CWPA Hall of Fame in 2003. He also contributed to the sport on the national level, serving on the coaching staff of the United States Men’s National Water Polo Team from 1993-96. He was also elected President of the American Water Polo Coaches Association and served on several committees for United States Water Polo. In addition to his service to water polo, Reed continues to be active in swimming competing in the Pan Am Masters and US Masters Swimming Championships.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cwpa/support
What's up guys? We're very proud to share a bucket list bonus episode for you - Baltimore Beatdown got the chance to sit down with Ravens legend, Ed Reed for a brief interview that spans plenty of topics. Editor in chief Kyle P. Barber (@BB_KylePBarber) is steering the ship on this one with Jake on the 1's and 2's, in a chat that spans from the volatility of the modern American experience, to Ed's greatest moment in hoisting the Lombardi trophy. We really hope you guys enjoy this one, and be sure to tell a friend about the show (who doesn't want to listen to Ed talk cigars, great opponents, and more, all in one sitting?). Many thanks to the folks over at Snickers for helping to make this interview happen.Again, thanks for listening guys, and have yourselves a tremendous holiday weekend.Follow the show on social:Twitter: @PodcastBeatdown, @Jakelouque, @ravens4dummiesIG: baltimore_beatdownFacebook- Baltimore Beatdown - For Baltimore Ravens FansAnd check us out on YouTube at "Baltimore Beatdown" for the video version of this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices