1. Ed Reed – 61 Interceptions
Everybody should have seen this coming. Ed Reed has the most interceptions in Baltimore Ravens history and by a long shot. He beats second place Ray Lewis by 30 interceptions! This total just shows how great Ed Reed was when he played for the Ravens.
Reed was drafted with the Ravens first round pick in 2002. In Reed’s rookie season, he had a decent 85 tackles, one sack, and five interceptions. He followed that up by a seven-interception season and being elected to his first Pro Bowl.
But Reeds best season came in 2004 when he was named Defensive Player Of The Year. In this year he set a record for most interception yards of 358 yards that was later broken by Darren Sharper. He also returned a record 106-yard interception pass for a touchdown and became the only player in Pro Bowl history to block a punt and return it for a touchdown
In 2006 Reed got voted to his third Pro Bowl, and in 2008 Reed tied the Pro Bowl record in which he recorded two interceptions in the game. He would also break his own record in which he returned an interception for a 107-yard touchdown.
In the 2010 season, Reed led the league in interceptions despite only playing 10 games due to injury. In 2011 he broke the record for most multiple interception games.
Reed won his first and only ever Super Bowl with the Ravens in 2013. He would then hit the free agency market and go to the Texans then bounce to the Jets and finish his career with a one day contract with the Ravens.