Mark Ingram retired from NFL to join Fox Sports

This season Mark Ingram will not appear on the ground.

According to the news, American football former running back Mark Ingram will appear on the TV studio rather than on the field.

Recently, a statement was released by Fox Sports and Mark Ingram which said Mark will be part of Fox’s college football studio show for the 2023 season. Although on July 6, 2023, it was announced that Mark Ingram would be retiring from the NFL to join Fox Sports’ Big Noon Kickoffs show.

“I can’t wait to feel the energy and excitement every Saturday, alongside some of the most talented and entertaining names in our sport, at the biggest games in college football,” he said in a statement.

Mark Ingram retirement

Mark Ingram is a former running back who was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played college football at Alabama, where he become the first Alabama player to win the Heisman Trophy in 2009 after rushing 1,658 yards. With the Orleans, he earned two Pro Bowl selections. Ingram has also played with the Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans.

However, NFL fans have reacted to Mark Ingram’s Fox Sports joining news:

Best of luck to Mark Ingram. Have a great life ahead.

Must Read: Look how CJ Stroud similar to Joe Burrow and Matt Ryan

Leave a Comment