Veteran Linebacker Announces Retirement From The NFL


The NFL off-season has been a wild one thus far, but with less than a month until the season kicks off again, the anticipation is building, but on Sunday, it was revealed that one veteran name won't be around come Week 1.

After teasing retirement in recent week, veteran linebacker Myles Jack has now officially retired from the NFL at the age of 27 after a solid career with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Pittsburgh Steelers, before signing with the Eagles earlier this summer.

Jack was originally drafted in the second round back in 2016 by the Jacksonville Jaguars, and ended up playing in 103 games throughout his career, tallying 617 tackles, 3 interceptions, 18 QB hits and 6.5 sacks, but now he moves on to the next venture in his life. 

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