Houston, TX (Sports Network) - The Houston Texans have signed safety Ed Reed, taking the future Hall of Famer away from the Baltimore Ravens.
Terms were not disclosed, but the Houston Chronicle has reported it to be a three-year deal worth $15 million with $5 million guaranteed.
Reed had spent his entire 11-year career with in Baltimore after the Ravens selected him with the 24th overall pick of the 2002 draft. The Miami-Florida product has led the league in interceptions three times, totaling 61 in 160 career games. He has taken a pick back for a touchdown seven times.
A nine-time Pro Bowl selection, Reed helped the Ravens to the Super Bowl last season. He had four interceptions and 58 tackles in 16 regular-season games last year.