No. 1 -- Ed Reed

A strong case could be made for Reed being the greatest safety to play in the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000007" title="NFL" href="/topic/sports/football/nfl-ORSPT000007.topic">NFL</a>. In eight seasons, he's become one of the league's most feared defenders, against the run and pass. Great moment: Set the NFL record with a 107-yard interception return for a touchdown against the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000211" title="Philadelphia Eagles" href="/topic/sports/football/philadelphia-eagles-ORSPT000211.topic">Philadelphia Eagles</a> in 2008, breaking his old mark of 106.
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( ROBERT DUYOS, Sun Sentinel / January 2, 2001 )

A strong case could be made for Reed being the greatest safety to play in the NFL. In eight seasons, he's become one of the league's most feared defenders, against the run and pass. Great moment: Set the NFL record with a 107-yard interception return for a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008, breaking his old mark of 106.

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