Tedy Bruschi Retires

Tedy Bruschi Retires

Patriots LB Tedy Bruschi will retire after 13 years. Boston, Mass. - Tedy Bruschi retired Monday on 31 August 2009, after a 13-year NFL career, where he won three Super Bowl titles with the New England Patriots and made a bold statement from a stroke.

The inside linebacker played for any other football team and leaves with one missed target - a fourth championship. In May and June 2009, rumors circulated that the Patriots could be interested in disgrace of Michael Vick. Although Vick would not compete with Tom Brady for the first quarterback position, some speculate that the back-up Brady Vick could increase demand for Vick for the 2010 season.

Bruschi played in all three Super Bowl-winning Patriots team. The last championship game was 6th February 2005 against the Philadelphia Eagles. He played in his only Pro Bowl February 13th.

Three days later he was hospitalized after experiencing numbness in his left arm and left leg and blurred vision and was diagnosed a mild stroke. He came to play nine of their last 10 matches this season, all starts, and was honored as AP Comeback Player of the Year. He led the team in tackles in 2006 and 2007.

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