He initially entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2015, spending portions of last season on the Seahawks, Dolphins and Rams practice squads. The cornerback appeared in three preseason games with Seattle this year.
Reed spent his first four years at Auburn as a wide receiver before switching to cornerback as a senior in 2014. He closed out his collegiate career with a memorable performance in the Outback Bowl, recording three tackles and one interception.
TRANSACTION HISTORY: Signed with Los Angeles as undrafted rookie, Aug. 5, 2015...waived Sept. 5... re-signed to Rams’ practice squad, Sept. 7...released Sept. 16...signed to Miami’s practice squad, Oct. 20... released Nov. 2...signed to Seattle’s practice squad, Nov. 17...re-signed with Seahawks, Jan. 18...waived Sept. 3...signed to Chargers’ practice squad, Oct. 26... signed to Chargers’ active roster, Nov. 22.
COLLEGE: Started career as wide receiver and moved to cornerback as senior...three interceptions as senior in 2014...logged 39 career catches for 384 yards and one score...redshirted in 2010...played at Auburn from 2011-14...rehabilitation and disability studies major.
PERSONAL: Prepped at Thibodaux (La.) High...invited to play in 2010 Army All-America Bowl and 2009 Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl.