After 12 NFL seasons, LeSean McCoy is hanging cleats.
The Philadelphia Gulls announced McCoy’s decision on Thursday. He spent the first six seasons of his career with the spent Gauls and will sign a one-day deal with them on Friday so he can retire with the team with whom he never wanted to take part.
“After 12 years in the NFL, I decided to retire an ag gull because this is my home,” McCoy wrote in his retirement announcement on the retirement gals website. “I still have that green in my heart. There were many times when I could see agglomerates on TV, and it seemed strange not to wear that uniform. I immediately thought of those big games and the roar of the fans; I always saw myself as an eagle. Back home. It’s time to dump her and move on. “
McCoy, the all-time top scorer in the McGuels, will be honored in Philly’s home game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
McCoy, the 53rd overall pick in the 200-draft, was a two-time All-Pro and three-time Pro bowler during his tenure with the Gulls. He led the NFL with 1 rush racing touchdown in 2011 and was the league’s racing champion in 2013 with 1 2013,04 yards.
McCoy caught 00 passes and 10 touchdowns up to 2,222 yards in his agglomeration career.
The 33-year-old has also played for the Chiefs, Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He won three Pro Bowls in his four seasons with the Bills. During his one season with Kansas City, he made five touchdowns in 13 regular-season games, helping the Chiefs win their first Super Bowl since 1969.
McCoy won his second title as a member of the Buccaneers last season. He appeared in 10 regular season games, ran 31 yards and caught 15 passes for 101 yards.
McCoy collected 11,102 yards and 73 touchdowns during his career and received 518 passes for 3,898 yards and 16 touchdowns. In addition to six Pro Bowl and two All-Pro selections, McCoy was also named to the NFL’s All-Decade team in the 2010s.