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Former Ravens safety Ed Reed is reportedly the victim of a crime for the second time in a little over a year.
According to multiple reports, the 35-year-old allegedly had $50,000 stolen from his car in Houston after someone broke the passenger side window as he was visiting a second bank. Reed had withdrawn the money from the first bank, and police suspect he was followed to the second location.
The future Hall of Fame safety signed a three-year, $15 million contract with the Houston Texans but was cut midway through the year and finished the season with the New York Jets, intercepting three passes but continuing to struggle in pass coverage. He was back in Houston to move out of his apartment and resolve his affairs.
Reed was allegedly the victim of another crime last year after his Maryland home was broken into during the week of Super Bowl XLVII.

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