(SportsNetwork.com) - Nine-time Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed is retiring, and will do so as a member of the Baltimore Ravens.
The Baltimore Sun reports that Reed will announce his retirement Thursday afternoon at the Ravens' training complex.
Reed, who was drafted 24th overall by the Ravens out of the University of Miami in 2002, spent his first 11 seasons as a member of the Baltimore secondary before splitting the 2013 season between the Houston Texans and New York Jets.
The 36-year-old led the Ravens with five interceptions during his rookie campaign and finished with 64, ranking sixth all-time in NFL history. He had the most multi-interception games with 13 and is tied with Charlie Waters, Bill Simpson and Ronnie Lott for the most in postseason history with nine.
A five-time First Team All-Pro, Reed recorded five tackles and an interception in Baltimore's 34-31 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.
In addition to his interceptions, Reed racked up 643 total tackles, six sacks, 11 forced fumbles and scored 14 defensive touchdowns in 174 career games. He is also the only player in league history to score off a punt return, blocked punt, interception and fumble recovery.