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Tom Brady Has Officially Announced That He Is Retiring

The seven time Super Bowl champion, Tom Brady, has announced via an emotional video on his social media platforms that he is “retiring for good.”

In the video Brady stated, “Good morning, guys. I’ll get to the point right away, I’m retiring for good. I know the process was a pretty big deal last time. So, when I woke up this morning, I figured I’d just press record and let you guys know first so. I won’t be long-winded. You only get one super emotional retirement essay and I used mine up last year. I really thank you guys so much to everyone single one of you for supporting me. My family, my friends, my teammates, my competitors… I can go on forever. There’s too many. Thank you guys for allowing me to live my absolute dream. I wouldn’t change a thing.”

His last season, Brady led his team to the playoffs through a ton of team injuries and finished with a 8-9 record on the season. He also had 4,694 passing yards and 25 touchdown passes. It marked the sixth straight year that he was able to surpass 4,000 or more passing yards. Brady also managed to lead the league in both pass attempts (733) and completions (490).

Brady is going to retire being the all-time leader in passing touchdowns with 649, passing yards with 89,214, completions with 7,753 and attempts with 12,050. He was a three time NFL MVP, three time All-Pro, 15 time Pro Bowler, Super Bowl MVP, and twice he was the Offensive Rookie of the Year.

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Patrick Mahomes Had A Classy Message For Joe Burrow after Chiefs’ Won the AFC Championship

After the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship on Sunday night the two quarterbacks showed nothing but respect for each other. Despite the matchup having a rather tense ending with a field goal for the Chiefs that was due to an unnecessary roughness penalty by the Bengals’ second year pro Joseph Ossai.

As Patrick Mahomes and Joe Burrow embraced in a handshake Mahomes stated, “Many more, dog, many more. Hell of a game. You have a hell of a career, dog,” to which Burrow replied, “You too, brother, Go win it now.”

Prior to this matchup, Burrow had been 3 and 0 in his career against Mahomes. This influenced some Bengals players to refer to Arrowhead Stadium as “Burrowhead.” At the time, Burrow had stated, “I just think that’s what makes football fun, It’s all love at the end of the day. They know the respect that we have for them and we know the respect that they have for us. It’s an intense, emotional game and things like that are going to happen but I think that’s why the game is fun.”

Mahomes will now have until February 12th to recover from a high-ankle sprain before him and the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Kansas City Chiefs’ do-over Play in Fourth Quarter of the AFC Championship Has Many NFL Fans Angry

Fans of the NFL were flabbergasted when the Kansas City Chiefs were able to redo a third down opportunity in a critical moment of the AFC Championship on Sunday night. A third down with just over ten minutes left in the game, the Cincinnati Bengals held for what was thought to have been a fourth down. Although, officials stated a whistle was blown prior to the ball being snapped and instead of punting the Chiefs had another shot at converting on third down.

Apparently the extreme noise at Arrowhead Stadium had prevented the other officials from hearing the whistle. Luckily the Bengals held strong and were able to force a punt a few plays later. Officiating problems were also a part of the NFC Championship between the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers. The questionable calls are keeping many fans of the NFL frustrated on social media.

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Kansas City Chiefs Are Facing the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII

The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 31-7, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, on Sunday, January 29th moving them on to Super Bowl LVII. Marking the first time they have done so since their 2017-18 season. The 49ers were left without Brock Purdy after he suffered from a elbow injury in the first quarter. Josh Johnson, the fourth string quarterback, took-over until he was concussed in the third quarter and Purdy had to return but struggled to accomplish anything.

Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs are also advancing to Super Bowl LVII after a 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Before half-time Mahomes found Travis Kelce for the first touchdown of the night to take a 13-3 lead. Cincinnati cut the deficit to 13-6 before half-time. The Bengals Joe Burrow found wide receiver Tee Higgins for a 27 yard touchdown to tie the game at 13. Soon after, Mahomes found Marquez Valdes-Scantling to take the lead back.

Not long after the Bengals scored on a 2 yard touchdown run by running back Samaje Perine tying the game back up. The Chiefs were able to sack Joe Burrow on third down and got the ball back with less then a minute left and the score tied at 20. Skyy Moore was able to return the Bengals punt 29 yards to give the Chiefs good field position. Mahomes then scrambled as he went out of bound and Bengals defensive end Joseph Ossai pushed him and got called for a 15 yard unnecessary roughness penalty thta put the Chiefs into field goal range.

After that, Kansas City kicker Harrison Butker put up a 45 yard field goal to send the Chiefs to the Super Bowl for the third time in four seasons.

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Detroit Lions Former Linebacker Jessie Lemonier Has Passed Away at 25 Years Old

Jessie Lemonier, a former Detroit Lions linebacker that last played in the league in January of 2022, has passed away at the young age of 25 years old. On Thursday, the Lions confirmed Lemonier’s death via a statement that reads, “We are shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of former Detroit Lion Jessie Lemonier, Jessie was a model teammate and wonderful young man who is gone far too soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends during this difficult time.”

The Los Angeles Chargers who originally signed Lemonier as an undrafted free agent in 2020 also released a statement that reads, “Gone too soon. Our hearts are with Jessie’s family, friends and loved ones.”

Lemonier was in six games for the Los Angeles Chargers and after getting waived in August of 2021, he was signed by the Lions. He had a total of 15 tackles and 1.5 sacks over the course of seven games before he was waived once again last May. He then was claimed off of waivers by the Arizona Cardinals before being released in August prior to the start of the 2022 season.

Jessie Lemonier then continued his football career with the XFL, getting drafted by the Arlington Renegades in November before he was signed with the USFL’s Houston Gamblers. After that he was sent to the Birmingham Stallions.

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