By Aaron Wilson
The Baltimore Sun
1:39 PM EST, February 13, 2014
Former Ravens safety Ed Reed is an apparent victim of a crime.
Reed was had $50,000 stolen from him in Houston, according to Local 2 News in Houston.
According to the report, Houston police are looking for someone who broke the window of the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year's car and stole a bag of cash containing $50,000 from the front seat.
Reed withdrew the cash from a bank and had stopped at a Bank of America.
Police reportedly believe Reed was followed.
Reed left the Ravens in free agency and signed with the Houston Texans last March.
He struggled with the Texans and was released after being critical of interim coach and defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.
He then signed with the New York Jets, where he played for former Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan.
Reed intercepted three passes for the Jets, but he was also beaten on deep passes.
That included allowing a touchdown to Jacoby Jones during a Ravens win at M&T Bank Stadium.
Reed, 35, is a pending unrestricted free agent. It's unclear if he intends to continue playing or retire.