Seattle Seahawks special team player Devin Hester news

Welcome once again to the latest sports blog from the Ancon Over The Hill Team member for Sunday. Former Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks special team player Devin Hester, 34, has likely played his last football game in the National Football League after 11 seasons.Hester has one regret that in 11 seasons playing in the National Football League, he was never able to win at least Super Bowl ring.The Seahawks signed him to a contract on January 3, 2017 to replace special team returner Tyler Lockett to a broken leg.The Seahawks quest to return to Super Bowl 51 ended in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta when the Atlanta Falcons defeated the Seahawks 36-20 in the National Football Conference Divisional Playoff Game on Saturday.In my opinion Hester is making the right decision to walk away from playing football in the National Football League since he is still healthy. Even though he has not officially retired from the league. It is better to leave a sport that you love to play in one piece than be on those dramatic sports stories that are starting to bore me of sports stars that stayed in the game they loved for a longer period of time than they should have.Hester leaves the game of American football with 20 touchdowns in his role of a special team player on kickoffs and punt returns.News source: The News Tribune and the image is courtesy of Pinterest.com     

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