Eagles announced former Pro-Bowl RB LeSean McCoy is retiring, and signing a one-day contract to do it as a member of their team. pic.twitter.com/4iOeqkcUgm
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 30, 2021
Former Pro-Bowl RB LeSean McCoy has announced that he is signing a one-day contract and retiring as a Philadelphia Eagle.
After spending the first six years of his career with the Eagles, McCoy made stops with the Bills, Chiefs, and Buccaneers and won back-to-back Super Bowl championships with the Chiefs and Bucs respectively.
A second-round pick out of Pitt, McCoy electrified the Eagles backfield as the successor to Brian Westbrook and was a major part of the Eagles “success” in the 2010’s. In his 12 year career, McCoy amassed over 11,000 yards on the ground and 89 total touchdowns, the majority coming with the Eagles.
— O.J. Spivey (@OJPhilly) September 30, 2021
McCoy had many great moments as an Eagle, but the above may be his most memorable. LeSean has remained a big member of the Eagles community and was present for their playoff wins in 2018 on the road to the Super Bowl.
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— SPORTSRADIO 94WIP (@SportsRadioWIP) January 16, 2018
Congrats on retirement, LeSean. Eagle forever.