- NFL players had the opportunity to participate in the NFL’s annual My Cause, My Cleats campaign during a designated home game between Weeks 13-15 of 2018. Reed Jr. and his teammates represented their respective causes with custom-designed cleats in an effort to raise awareness and funding. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society aims to help people affected by MS so they can live their best lives in an attempt to stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever.
- Reed Jr. and his teammates joined Levi’s in support of breast, colon and pediatric cancer warriors at the Crucial Catch Fashion Show presented by Dignity Health in October of 2018. 49ers players and cancer warriors took to the runway to show off their attire and share their stories of strength and courage with the audience.
- Reed Jr. played his final college football game against UCLA in the 2017 Cactus Bowl. While at the bowl game, he and his teammates were given fresh gear for their participation in the game. Later in the week, Reed wore his new white shoes while visiting a local Salvation Army in Phoenix, AZ. He struck a bond with Israel, a seven year-old who he could tell came from a bad background. Reed Jr. made his new friend’s day by taking off his new shoes and giving them to him. He was happy to walk home barefoot, as he said that he was content in making someone else’s day.
- The 49ers joined forces with Martha’s Kitchen of San Jose as part of their Community Tuesday kickoff event in September of 2018. Reed Jr. and teammates took part in the event by serving dinner to nearly 200 residents in need, refilling beverages and bussing tables. Both the 49ers and Levi’s Stadium partner with Martha’s Kitchen throughout the year by donating excess food after stadium events. Martha’s Kitchen’s mission is to “feed the hungry with dignity, no questions asked, no judgements made.”
- Reed Jr. and his fellow rookies participated in the annual 49ers Mentorship Academy on September 18, 2018. The Mentorship Academy, partnering with USA Football, is a three-step program designed to provide high school football players with the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to succeed and be leaders on and off the field. The rookie class invited the high schoolers to the team facility, where they shared opinions and lessons over a meal and fun competitions.
|17||@Rams||L 32 - 48||3||2||1||0||0||0|
|16||Bears||L 9 - 14||3||2||1||0||0||0|
|15||Seahawks||W 26 - 23||5||3||2||0||0||0|
|14||Broncos||W 20 - 14||11||9||2||1||0||1|
|13||@Seahawks||L 16 - 43|
|12||@Buccaneers||L 9 - 27||2||2||0||0||0||0|
|10||Giants||L 23 - 27||1||0||1||0||0||0|
|9||Raiders||W 34 - 3|
|8||@Cardinals||L 15 - 18|
|7||Rams||L 10 - 39||6||4||2||0||0||0|
|6||@Packers||L 30 - 33||2||2||0||0||0||0|
|5||Cardinals||L 18 - 28|
|4||@Chargers||L 27 - 29||2||1||1||0||0||0|
|3||@Chiefs||L 27 - 38||3||2||1||0||0||0|
|2||Lions||W 30 - 27|
|1||@Vikings||L 16 - 24|
|2018||San Francisco 49ers||15||2||38||27||11||1||0||1|