Ed Reed Wears Shirt With People Killed By Cops During HOF Game Intro (VIDEO + PICS)

Good thing Ed Reed is retired and already in the Hall of Fame, because he’d definitely be blackballed from the NFL for his latest move.

During his introduction at tonight’s Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, the 2019 inductee entered the field wearing a shirt with photos of people who have been killed by police officers over the years.

Among those on Ed Reed’s shirt were Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice and Sandra Bland. It is unclear who the other four individuals on his shirt are.

Have a look and see if you can identify any of them:

The NBC cameras tried their best not to give a clear visual of the shirt, but that didn’t stop everyone from seeing it and giving the former Ravens safety some mad props.