Patriots Linebacker Junior Seau Retires…Again

It’s finally all over for future Hall of Fame linebacker Junior Seau. Following the Pats loss to the Ravens in the AFC Wild Card game Sunday at home, Seau has decided that he’s had enough, retiring for good this time. “I’m going to go surf. Yeah Warren [Sapp], I’m not going to give you another speech. . . . “Yeah, that’s going to be my last game,” Seau told Inside the NFL.

Seau first retired in August 2006 after 13 seasons with San Diego and three with Miami. But he signed with the Patriots four days later and played 27 games for them over two seasons. He retired again after the 2007 season, then came out of retirement for the final four games in 2008 before retiring after that season.

Seau played seven regular-season games this season, all as a backup, and made 15 tackles. In last Sunday’s 33-14 playoff loss to Baltimore, he had a season-high five tackles.

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One Response to “Patriots Linebacker Junior Seau Retires…Again”

  1. Junior…please just retire for good. GREAT PLAYER…GREW UP WATCHING HIM IN SAN DIEGO AS A CHILD