From Super Bowl to red carpet Ed Reed covers it all!

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Posted on February 25th, by HeatherZeller in A Glam Slam – BLOG

(photo courtesy of @ChrisBrockman)

Baltimore Ravens safety, Ed Reed, drew excitement from celebrities on the front lines of the 2013 Oscars red carpet. Following in the footsteps of Hines Ward, who worked the red carpet last year, the Super Bowl champ was tapped to cover this season’s “Super Bowl for movies.” Reed served as “The Rich Eisen Podcast” red carpet correspondent for the 85th annual Academy Awards.

The Ravens safety mingled with Hollywood’s finest and in true Oscar tradition, he put his most fashionable foot forward for the occasion. Reed payed homage to his team with his attire. He dressed up in a sleek, black, three-piece tux adding pops of purple with his bow tie, pocket square and shoes. For additional flair, the footballer personalized his ensemble with custom cuffs that read “E. Reed Jr.” and “XLVII Champs.”

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Heather Zeller is a fashion and sports expert and editor-in-chief of the only online resource that merges the two: Heather has more than five years of experience working with a variety of fashion, beauty, healthcare and consumer brands, and her expertise led to the development of A Glam Slam in 2009. Heather’s unique point of view has been featured on Fox News, NBC, espnW, and in The Washington Post. A Glam Slam was named as a “Blog of the Year” finalist for the 2011 Stevie Awards for Women in Business. Heather is a contributor to the Women Talk Sports Network and the Yardbarker Network as well. She received a B.A. in Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Heather resides in New York City.

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Kosmo is a native of Baltimore and lives in Northern Baltimore County. She has been a football fan “since forever.” Both of her parents were diehard Colts fans. Growing up in her family Sunday’s were meant for watching Colts football and eating a pasta supper during the halftime. She still can’t get over the loss of our Baltimore Colts and all of our memorabilia. When the Ravens came to Baltimore all was right again in her world. Kosmo enjoys football from the female point of view which means she is not just watching what happens on the playing field. Fan fashion, tailgate menus, player sideline antics and social networks are on her game day agenda. Counting her blessings everyday she is grateful for a wonderful family, a strong circle of friends and good health. Her interests include fitness, traveling, community service, dancing, laughing and spending time with family and friends.