LeGarrette Blount, a former NFL player, has announced his retirement from football.
The three-time Super Bowl champ announced on Instagram Saturday morning that he’s officially calling it a career.
“I just want to inform you that I am officially retired,” Blount Books, Who last played in 2018. “I have thought long and hard about this decision, and I have spoken to my closest family and friends about it. We have collectively agreed on this decision. It is in my best interest and in my family’s interest.”
Blount announced this on his 34th birthday. Over the course of his nine-year career, Blount made his mark in the NFL as a pronounced bruise with an end-zone nose and an unwilling desire to drop.
He spent his nine seasons in the NFL with six different teams, starting with the Tennessee Titans as an unpolished freelance worker from the University of Oregon. Blount made his NFL debut with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2010 before trading with the New England Patriots in 2013. Blount then signed a free agent contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers before finding himself again with New England the following season. . Blount spent each of his last two years in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Detroit Lions.
Blount spent most of his playing days in New England, where he helped win the Super Bowls XX XX and Lee. Blount got a third episode in Philadelphia, defeating the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
Blount’s career totals finish with 6306 yards for a push and 56 laps. In eleven playoffs, Blount grossed 600 yards and 11 TDs.
Blount concluded, “In general, I liked being part of this organization (s) and the people involved in it.” “I’m excited to move on to the next phase in my life! Thank you so much to my agency, specifically Kelly Zeke Sandhu, who stuck with me from the start to literally everything. I know it was tough but you were always a big bro to me.
Now everyone can stop asking ‘Are you done? “