Former Houston Texans safety Ed Reed has $50K stolen from vehicle

 

Sep 22, 2013; Baltimore, MD, USA; Houston Texans safety Ed Reed (20) points to the sky prior to the game against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Click2Houston.com is reporting that former Houston Texans safety Ed Reed had $50,000 stolen from his vehicle when the window was smashed in Houston.

The article by Click2Houston.com states:

“Sources say the bag contained $50,000. Reed had gotten the money from a bank down the street and then stopped off at the Bank of America in the 12000 block of Westheimer near the Westpark Tollway … There is no word on what Reed was doing in Houston.”

This is interesting to say the least, because not many folks withdraw that much money from the bank at once. Isn’t there a check the bank can give a person when the amount is that large?

Reed didn’t play a full season in Houston in 2013 before being cut by then interim head coach Wade Phillips, after  comments that the Texans were “out-coached” following a loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

The safety signed as a free agent with Houston this past offseason.

During his short tenure with the Texans, Reed totaled 16 tackles, no interceptions and no forced fumbles.

He later signed with the New York Jets where his 2013 season totals (Texans/Jets) were: 38 tackles, no sacks, no forced fumbles and three interceptions, with all three INTs coming in his seven games with the Jets.

Reed played in seven games with the Texans last season.

 

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