The Jets and accomplished safety Ed Reed agreed to terms on a contract Thursday, giving the Jets secondary a Hall of Fame boost.

Reed reunites with coach Rex Ryan, who was his defensive coordinator from 2005-08 with the Ravens. The Jets added Reed two days after the Texans released him and one day after he cleared waivers.

The question now is how much does Reed have left. There is no questioning the nine-time Pro Bowler’s resume, but he struggled with the Texans this season. The 35-year-old was barely playing and criticized the coaching staff last week after a loss to the Cardinals. The team released him two days later. Reed was on the practice field for the Jets on Thursday, wearing No. 22.

Reed has no interceptions this year, but had four a year ago for the Ravens’ Super Bowl team. He has 61 career interceptions and could be the ball-hawking safety the Jets have lacked.