Running back LeGarrette Blount officially retires
Running back LeGarrette Blount has officially retired from the NFL.
Despite entering the league as an undrafted free agent, Blount went on to play in 9 seasons across 5 different teams, and won Super Bowls 3 times with 2 of those teams. He led the league in scoring in 2016, amassing an impressive 18 touchdowns in that season.
Blount finished his career with an impressive 6,306 rushing yards and 56 rushing touchdowns. He won back-to-back Super Bowls with 2 different franchises (2016 with the New England Patriots, and 2017 with the Philadelphia Eagles).
- Eagles sending Carson Wentz to Colts in exchange for pair of picks February 18th, 2021
- J.J. Watt granted release from Texans February 12th, 2021
- Chiefs' Sammy Watkins (calf) active for Super Bowl clash with Tampa Bay February 7th, 2021
- Cameron Brate (back) cleared to play in Super Bowl for Buccaneers February 7th, 2021
- Buccaneers' Antonio Brown (knee) active for Super Bowl Sunday February 7th, 2021
- Le'Veon Bell (knee) not listed on Kansas City's Super Bowl LV injury report February 5th, 2021
- Rams trade Jared Goff, picks, to Lions for Matthew Stafford January 31st, 2021
- Lions trade Matthew Stafford to Rams for Jared Goff January 31st, 2021
- Rapoport: 'Expect a trade' involving Lions' Matthew Stafford before Super Bowl LV January 30th, 2021
- Lions "to begin discussing trade options" for Matthew Stafford January 24th, 2021
- Lions' Matthew Stafford (ankle, ribs, thumb) officially active for Week 17 January 3rd, 2021
- Lions' Matthew Stafford (ankle, ribs, thumb) expected to play in Week 17 January 3rd, 2021