Super Bowl Champion Announces Retirement at 33

Super Bowl Champion Announces Retirement at 33
Super Bowl Champion Announces Retirement at 33

In a surprising turn of events, the esteemed professional football player and Super Bowl champion, has officially announced his retirement from the game at the age of 33. The decision has sent shockwaves through the sports community and left fans and fellow athletes alike reflecting on the illustrious career of this legendary player.

Veteran defensive player Malik Jackson officially hangs up his boots.

Jackson, who last played in the NFL with the Cleveland Browns in 2021, officially announced his retirement on Good Morning Football on the NFL Network on Friday morning.
The former fifth-round picker seems pleased with his decision and what he has achieved in his decade at the tournament.
“That’s the goal, 10-12 is my goal. I was able to get to the point where I did pretty well and I think I did just enough,” Jackson said. “I have a daughter, and I need to go home, be with her, and get on with life.”

Super Bowl Champion Announces Retirement at 33

Jackson spent his first four professional seasons with the Denver Broncos, who picked him up from Tennessee in 2012. He became a starter in his final season with the team, helping the Broncos win. Super Bowl 50 in the process.
From there, Jackson moved to Jacksonville, adapting with the Jaguars from 2016 to 2018. He spent the 2019 and 2020 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles before signing with the Browns two years ago.
Jackson ended his career with a total of 292 tackles, 35.5 tackles, 106 midfield hits, six clumsy catches and four clumsy recoveries in his 142 regular games. Season. Have a great trip, Malik.

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