Ed Reed post-Super Bowl text to Andre Johnson: 'Get me to Houston'
After winning Super Bowl XLVII, then-Ravens safety Ed Reed sent a text to Andre Johnson saying, 'Get me to Houston.'
After the Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII in February over the 49ers, safety Ed Reed wasn't thinking about going to Disney World or Bourbon Street, he was thinking about going somewhere else: Houston.
How do we know that? Because Reed admitted it on Tuesday.
"Andre just said congratulations," Reed said, via CSNHouston.com. "He said congratulations and it was more my comment to him."
What exactly was Reed's comment to Johnson?
"Get me to Houston," Reed said he responded.
For someone playing on a team that just won a Super Bowl, that's an interesting response.
Reed's comments would seem to insinuate he didn't want to be in Baltimore anymore, which is interesting because the feeling seemed to be mutual. Less than two weeks after Ed Reed signed with the Texans in March, a report surfaced claiming that Baltimore coach John Harbaugh didn't want Reed back. However, the Ravens would later deny that Harbaugh felt that way.
The bottom line here seems to be: Reed wanted to be in Houston and now he is. So does he think his new team can win the Super Bowl?
"The pieces are here but we still have a long way to go,” he said. “The Super Bowl is a long way from now and we still have a lot of work in training camp. This is only the first week. We still have a long way to go, still have a lot to learn."
Reed may have wanted out of Baltimore, but he'll still be going back soon. The Texans go on the road to play the Ravens in Week 3 of the regular season.
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