Danny Amendola, A Longtime Receiver, Is Retiring From the NFL

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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, 13-year NFL veteran wide receiver Danny Amendola has decided to retire.

Amendola, 36, competed for the Rams, Dolphins, Lions, and Texans, and won two Super Bowls while spending 5 seasons with the Patriots.

According to Schefter, who said that Amendola is now thinking about a broadcasting career, Amendola remarked of his career, “It was better than I could have ever imagined,”

Amendola had a career total of 617 catches for 6,212 yards and 24 touchdowns. In 13 postseason games over the course of his career, all with New England, he added 57 receptions for 709 yards and six touchdowns. He received championship rings from the Patriots for their triumphs over Seattle in Super Bowl XLIX and Atlanta in Super Bowl LI.

Amendola scored 57 receptions for 709 yards and 3 scores during the previous season.

Amendola recorded 57 receptions for 709 yards and three scores during the previous season.

Amendola graduated from Texas Tech in 2008 undrafted. Before joining the St. Louis roster in 2009, he spent time on the practice squads of the Cowboys and Eagles.

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