By CHRIS DUNCAN
AP Sports Writer
HOUSTON (AP) - Free agent safety Ed Reed is finally a Houston Texan.
The 9-time Pro Bowl safety signed a contract with Houston on Friday, a week after leaving town with no deal in place.
The Texans did not disclose terms, though the Houston Chronicle reported it was a 3-year deal worth $15 million, with $5 million guaranteed.
The move is another blow to Baltimore, where Reed played his first 11 NFL seasons.
The 34-year-old Reed made $7.2 million last season with the Ravens, who've been gutted in free agency since beating San Francisco in the Super Bowl. Reed and Ray Lewis were cornerstones of 1 of the NFL's most feared defenses for more than a decade, and now both are gone. Lewis retired and now works for ESPN.
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