Former Bengals and Patriots running back, Jeremy Hill announced his retirement from the NFL league on Tuesday night.
As per MLFootball, veteran running back, Jeremy Hill has declared his retirement from the NFL due to injuries.
According to the post, Hill cited persistent injuries as the main reason for his decision to retire from the league.
“Unfortunately due to the injuries I sustained on September 9, 2018, I will no longer be pursuing my career in professional football, that’s right I’m retiring from the game that we all love so dearly, it’s been one hell of a journey and I wouldn’t have been close to enjoying it without my family specifically my Mother, my coaches and all the great teammates I was blessed to play with. Now the fun part of life starts for me but in the meantime, I will be doing everything in my power to help the next generation in our game so we all can continue to enjoy our great sport for decades to come.” He Writes.
The Cincinnati Bengals drafted Jeremy Hill in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft. He played college football at Louisiana State University (LSU). Later he was signed by the New England Patriots, with whom he won the Super Bowl while on the injured reserve.
During his entire NFL career with the Bengals and the Patriots, he rushed for nearly 2,900 yards, and 29 touchdowns on 708 carries.
Starting in August 2021, Hill began working as a local broadcaster on the sports talk show “Hunt and Hill” with Hunt Palmer. On November 22, 2022, Hill left the show to attempt a professional football comeback in the XFL.
On May 23, 2023, Hill announced his retirement from football, citing the ACL tear he suffered in Week 1 of the 2018 season.
We wish you a full of happy and successful life ahead, Jeremy Hill.