The shoes worn by Baltimore Ravens strong safety Ed Reed when he recorded the longest interception return in National Football League history have arrived at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Reed ran back an interception 106 yards for a touchdown to seal his team's win over the Cleveland Browns on November 7, 2004. It was the longest interception return in NFL history surpassing the 103-yard returns by San Diego's Vencie Glenn in 1987 and Louis Oliver of the Miami Dolphins in 1992.
Recent Mementos Added to Hall's Collection
Ed Reed's record interception return
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