Just five games into his comeback season with the New Orleans Saints, wide receiver Chris Hogan has elected to retire from the NFL and formally announced the decision with an Instagram post on Thursday following reports of his decision earlier in the week.
A 10-year NFL veteran who played for seven teams including the Patriots, Hogan walks away from football with 220 receptions for 2,836 yards and 19 touchdowns in the regular season, plus an additional 34 catches for 542 yards and four touchdowns in the playoffs.
During Hogan’s three seasons in New England, the team qualified for the Super Bowl in each one, winning two. In his first season with the Patriots in 2016, Hogan logged a career-high 680 yards in 14 starts.
Hogan shared the following highlight video of his career along with a lengthy thank you message.
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