Super Bowl Interview: Ed Reed with Mark Malone

02/03/2013

Ed Reed, Andre SmithWith Ray Lewis of the Ravens heading into what will be his final game in the NFL before retirement, much of the attention at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans has focused on the Baltimore defense and its longtime leader.

Perhaps nobody knows him better that the guy who has shared the field with him for the past 11 years, safety Ed Reed.

Ahead of the game, our Mark Malone had a chance to ask Reed about Lewis, facing the 49ers and much, much more.

(Listen to Ed Reed’s interview with Mark Malone)

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Our coverage from New Orleans begins with Super Bowl Preview hosted by Scott Graham and Boomer Esiason at 3 PM Eastern.

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