After Eight Seasons Rashad Jennings Retires At 32
Rashad Jennings, 32, known as former New York Giants running back announced on Twitter that he will be retiring.
Jennings went to Twitter to announce his retirement after playing eight season in the NFL. Jennings said in the video that he will be doing a press conference with the Giants soon.
Throughout his career he was picked in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He also played for the Oakland Raiders in 2013, then went to his most recent employer, the New York Giants.
According to NFL, Jennings finishes his career with 3,772 rushing yards, 1,468 receiving yards and 25 career touchdowns.
If good things don’t come to an end, then how can better things begin? I'm truly humbled. I'm truly excited… More to come on this. But for now, I just want to say THANK YOU. Thank you to everyone! #ShadHumbled pic.twitter.com/yNMbIsu01k
— Rashad Jennings (@RashadJennings) December 8, 2017