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Patriots head coach Bill Belichick
"Since I've been in the league, I think Ed has really defined the weak safety position in the National Football League. I don't think anybody has done it any better than he has in all phases of it. He has great hands, range, ball skills, cover ability, anticipation. He quarterbacks the defense in the secondary. He is a huge playmaker. He is a tremendous player, a sure Hall of Fame player."
 

ESPN'S Tom Jackson
"Sometimes it's the plays Ed Reed doesn't have to make that make him one of the most feared players in the league. … There's the TV show 'Fear Factor,' and then there's a fear factor that good quarterbacks have with Reed." – NFL Network's Brian Baldinger "Ed Reed is the best big-play safety in possibly the history of the NFL."
 

Former NFL DE Trevor Pryce
"He may be one of the most instinctive players I've ever seen on a football field. He can cover an incredible amount of ground in a short period of time. Not only does he run fast and is a big hitter, but his instincts are just unbelievable. I think often players get a sense that they can see the entire field in a chunk and know what's coming and know what to anticipate. He is one of those guys. He reacts like you can't believe. He'll amaze you at least two or three times when you watch him on film. He just makes incredible plays." – Lions head coach Jim Caldwell "All hail Ed Reed. End of story – defensive player of the decade."
 

Patriots offensive coordinator and QBs coach Josh McDaniels
"I'm not sure there's a better defensive back in terms of being able to read the rush and do what he needs to do in coverage at the same time. The reason he's where the ball is, is because he has such a great sense of how much longer the quarterback can hold it, or in many cases how much longer he can't hold it. And usually he's right, and that's the scary part."
 

Broncos QB Peyton Manning
"I thought you said he was one of the best safeties, and I was going to correct you. He is the best safety in the league and has been really for this past decade. You can go on and on. [He has] unbelievable ball skills, unbelievable range, great hands. You can tell what kind of athlete he is by what he does once he gets the ball in his hands – returning [turnovers] for touchdowns. He's a smart player. The list goes on and on."
 

Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin
"He's a defensive guy that's capable of ringing up the scoreboard or getting the ball in his hands. He has the physical talent that enables him to cover a lot of grass, but you don't want to underestimate the mental capacity of a gentleman like that, because that's required to cover the amount of grass that he covers as well."
 

Colts head coach Chuck Pagano (Reed's former DC & college coach)
"He's always had the athletic ability and the play-making ability. He's always been very, very passionate about whatever sport he was playing. He's a great competitor. And I think the thing that separates him now is his wisdom and knowledge and what he's gained through playing all these years in the NFL. He's a diligent guy when it comes to film study and preparation. I say I don't get surprised over the plays he makes because of the time he puts in, so he's always one step ahead."
 

Former NFL WR Terrell OwensFormer NFL WR Terrell Owens
"This is a guy that has an uncanny ability to be around the football, find the football. If he's not involved somewhat in a play, it's somewhat surprising. This is a guy you really have to pay attention to. If [the throw is] a little off-target and is not on point, this guy will pick it off."
 

Former NFL S Rodney Harrison
"When I think about Ed Reed and when I see him on film, in my generation, he's the best ball hawk."

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