Ravens safety Ed Reed set a new NFL record for longest interception return today against the Eagles, picking off a Kevin Kolb pass eight yards deep in his own end zone and taking it to the house for a 108-yard touchdown.
The previous record holder? None other than Ed Reed, with a 106-yard return against the Browns in 2004.
Reed also intercepted Donovan McNabb in the first half and returned that one 43 yards. He now has 1,063 interception return yards in his career, putting him within 420 of Rod Woodson’s NFL record.