FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Ed Reed says he will get an MRI on his surgically repaired hip in the offseason and mull his options, including possibly returning to the New York Jets or retiring.

The 35-year-old safety had three interceptions in seven games with the Jets, who signed him after he was cut by the Houston Texans. But Reed, who had offseason hip surgery, appeared to lose a step from the perennial Pro Bowl playmaker he was in 11 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.

He says Monday he has "no regrets" and adds that he'd like to play next season and would consider coming back to the Jets next season "if the team will allow me" and everything goes according to his offseason plans.

Reed also says that retirement is always a possibility.