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Tedy Bruschi Retires

Tedy Bruschi

During the Chicago-Denver Sunday Night Football game, it was learned that Tedy Bruschi will be hanging up the jersey for good and retiring from football. His official announcement is set for tomorrow during Monday Night Football. Bruschi played 13 seasons in the NFL, all with the New England Patriots.

I don’t think this news comes as a surprise to many. Bruschi’s play has degraded over the last few seasons and he’s been through some difficult times. He made a miraculous recovery from a stroke, and still managed to play NFL-caliber football to the end. He’s had some wonderful memories with the Patriots and he’ll surely be a face that fans will be looking to see Week 1 and won’t be able to find. Best of luck Tedy! You’ll be missed!

Should the Patriots retire Tedy Bruschi's No. 54?

  • Yes (88%, 36 Votes)
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  1. […] Tedy Bruschi Retires […]

    Posted by Bruschi Leaves a Legacy Behind in New England | Sports of Boston | August 31, 2009, 2:33 pm
  2. […] ⋅ September 8, 2009 at 6:56am ⋅ Post a comment According to the Boston Herald, retired Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi has reportedly signed on to be an in-studio NFL analyst with ESPN. […]

    Posted by Tedy Bruschi Signs with ESPN | Sports of Boston | September 8, 2009, 6:56 am

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