Ed Reed, the Ravens' secondary coach? Don't laugh. Other than queries about who is going to be the next Ravens' offensive coordinator, that's the question I've probably gotten the most over the past 10 days. And my answer has been the same: Things happen that surprise me, but I can't see any circumstance where that happens. One, Reed hasn't officially retired and he was tweeting a couple of weeks ago about training for the 2015 season. Two, just because Reed was a Hall of Fame player and a great leader, and obviously had remarkable instincts and film study habits, that doesn't necessarily mean that would transition to the coaching side. Let's just say that few people could do what Reed does in the manner that he does it. It wouldn't surprise me if Reed, who very much marches to the beat of his own drummer, stops by training camp or works with the Ravens' defensive backs from time-to-time, but a full-time coach? Can't see it.