Still hurting: Ravens' Reed says he's not yet 100 percent

Not every player who battled injuries this past season has fully recovered during the extended recovery time afforded by the lockout.

Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed, in New Orleans for his annual football camp, told The Times-Picayune on Tuesday he still is not fully healthy.

"I'm still not 100 percent (healthy)," Reed said. "But I'm 100 percent mentally at this point as far as everything I can do. I know my limitations. I still have a lot of work to do before the season starts."

Reed, a five-time All-Pro selection, had hip surgery before the 2010 season and was placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list, missing the first six games. He still led the league with eight interceptions in just 10 games.

Reed also missed four games during the 2009 season because of neck problems.

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