VIDEO: Remembering When Ed Reed Hammered Colts Player After Breaking Out of a Facemask Grip

Zach Brunner
Remembering when Ed Reed hammered a Colts player on a punt (NBA Moosky/Twitter).
Remembering when Ed Reed hammered a Colts player on a punt (NBA Moosky/Twitter). /
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Ed Reed is undeniably one of the greatest players in NFL history. Known mostly for being a ball hawk, Reed has also put a number of big hits on players. For example, when the Baltimore Ravens safety laid the hammer down on an Indianapolis Colts special teams player.

Reed came off the edge, attempting to block the punt. According to him, he was held up by a facemask penalty. However, as the great player he is, he did not give up on the play.

Turning and sprinting downfield, Reed ran towards the ball, but had clear intentions in mind. He taught this Colts player the very important lesson of needing to keep your head on a swivel.

In hilarious fashion, Reed ran through the Colts player, de-cleating him. Hitting him with all he had, then casualy walking to the sideline saying "'sup boy?" is something few players can do or pull off. Reed is definitely one of those players.

What could the Colts player even do? A legend just lit you up, then he is casually walking to the sideline to celebrate with his hyped up teammate, who happens to be Ray Lewis. Not even the most insane person would mess with the two of them together.


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