Baltimore safety Ed Reed isn't planning on joining teammate Ray Lewis in retirement after the Super Bowl.
"I'll be playing next year," Reed said Thursday before the Ravens hit the practice field in preparation for their Feb. 3 matchup against the 49ers in New Orleans.
There was speculation Reed, 34, might retire after this season.
Earlier this month, in announcing his intention to step down after the playoffs, Lewis spoke of taking a "last ride." To which Reed said Thursday: "No, it's not my last ride. I just bought a bike."
Reed has been selected to play in nine Pro Bowls, including each one since 2006. He has 61 career interceptions and an NFL-record 1,541 yards in interception returns.
Saints: New Orleans fired defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo after just one season. The Saints ranked last in the NFL in total defense and run defense in 2012, yielding a club-record 7,042 yards. They allowed 454 points; only Tennessee gave up more. Coach Sean Payton, who returned to work this week after a season-long suspension, also fired secondary coach Ken Flajole. "We're changing our defense to a 3-4 alignment and right now is the best time to accomplish this transition," Payton said.
Jets: Coach Rex Ryan announced the hirings of Marty Mornhinweg as offensive coordinator and Dennis Thurman as defensive coordinator. Ryan also hired David Lee as quarterbacks coach, replacing Matt Cavanaugh, and Tim McDonald will be the defensive backs coach. Mornhinweg, who replaced the fired Tony Sparano, was Philadelphia's offensive coordinator for seven seasons. Thurman was promoted from defensive backs coach, and replaces Mike Pettine, who was hired as Buffalo's defensive coordinator. McDonald, a former 49ers safety, was Fresno State's secondary coach last season.
Rams: St. Louis hired Rob Ryan as defensive coordinator, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Ryan was fired as Dallas' defensive coordinator Jan. 8. This past season, the Rams defense was coached by a host of assistants after defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was suspended by the NFL for his role in New Orleans's bounty scandal. The team announced earlier this month that Williams, who has yet to be reinstated, won't be with the team next season.
Colts: Rookie quarterback Andrew Luck, who is practicing for Sunday's Pro Bowl in Honolulu, expects Indianapolis to run more of a West Coast short passing offense in 2013 than the vertical game Bruce Arians preferred. He'll also have a familiar face calling the plays in Pep Hamilton, who was Stanford's offensive coordinator. Arians was hired as Arizona's new coach. "Obviously, it stinks that Bruce had to leave. ... But I'm very, very happy for Pep to be here now," Luck said.
Jaguars: New Mexico State coach DeWayne Walker resigned after four losing seasons to become Jacksonville's defensive backs coach.
Browns: New coach Rob Chudzinski added former Colorado coach Jon Embree (tight ends) to his staff.
Texans: Ex-Cal linebacker Mike Mohamed signed a reserve/future contract with Houston.