Aqib talib retirement from the nfl after a great success with Patriots and buccaneers

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Aqib talib retiring from nfl leaving a great creer history

Aqib taleb announced today his retirement from NFL after 12 season and refused an offer from Patriots to play 2020 season.


Our old friend Aqib Talib announced his retirement, and at the same time admitted that coach Bill Belichick almost persuaded him to return to the Patriots this offseason:

“My bro, my homey, Bill Belichick called me. I play against tight ends for 5.5-6 million a year. I was already half way from home. I started looking for air tickets, looking for an apartment, and then looked at their schedule ... Kittle is there ("49ers" ), Kelce (Chiefs), Waller (Raiders) ... No, I'm done. "

Aqib Talib was Drafted by tampa bay buccaneers in the first Round of 2008 NFL Draft, Talib started his first career during the winning of buccaneers 30 - 27 at Kansas City Chiefs and finished his rookie season with 23 tackles, 9 pass deflections and 4 interceptions in 15 games and two starts. due to a recurring hamstring injury, Tampa Bay Buccaneers placed Talib and in 2012, Tampa traded him to New England Patriots.

Talib performance was good with the New England Patriots, he had selected to 2013 Pro Bowl and 2013 Second-team All-Pro Bowl, at the end of his career with patriots they offered him a new contract but he preferred to move to Broncos for business decisions, he is
Super Bowl 50 with denver.

Aqib Talib NFL stats :Total tackles:467,
Pass deflections:125, Interceptions:35, Forced fumbles:5,
Fumble recoveries:4, Defensive touchdowns:10.

Jimmy
American Football Writer

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