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Danny Woodhead anuncia aposentadoria após 10 temporadas na NFL

Danny Woodhead, running back do San Diego Chargers

(Crédito: Twitter/reprodução)

O running back Danny Woodhead anunciou sua aposentadoria após 10 temporadas dedicadas à National Football League.

O anúncio foi feito na noite desta sexta-feira (16), em sua conta oficial no Instagram.

“10 anos! Uau, Deus teve planos loucos para um pequeno garoto de North Platte, NE! Foi uma jornada louca e me sinto tão abençoado por Ele ter permitido que eu fizesse o que amo por tanto tempo. Mas agora é hora de dizer adeus ao esporte que amo”, escreveu o atleta de 33 anos de idade na rede social.

10 years! Wow, God had crazy plans for a small little kid from North Platte, NE! It’s been a wild ride and feel so blessed He allowed me to do what I loved for so long. But now it’s time to say goodbye to the game I love. First, I want to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! Without Him my career wouldn’t have been possible. He blessed me with the gifts and He paved the way. All I had to do was follow His plans for my life, and His plans were crazy awesome! Next, I want to thank my wife who has been by my side since freshman year of high school. She has been a rock through all the ups and downs. Sis, Willy, Mae Mae, and Hopie your daddy is going to be home a ton more and I can’t wait! Thanks to my Dad and Mom for always supporting me and showing me that God is first, then everything else will fall into place. Ben, Joel, and Anna thanks for preparing me for the NFL in our backyard games growing up. The dreaded in-laws Steve and Suzie for always being there for me. Chris Gittings (agent) you’re the best and thankful your my brother/uncle! Thank you Jets, Patriots, Chargers, and Ravens! Thanks to all my head coaches (Bob Zohner, Brad Smith, Bill O’Boyle, Eric Mangini, Rex Ryan, Bill Belichick, Mike McCoy, and John Harbaugh) who believed in me! To my rbs coaches (coach skiles, coach reiners, Jimmy Raye, A Lynn, Ivan, Ollie, Ridge, and Thomas) thanks for putting up with me. Thanks to all my teammates from high school till now. Without you guys I never would’ve become who I was as a player. To all my olinemen, you guys deserve the credit for anything that I received credit for. I thank you for helping make my career. To all the trainers, team docs, strength coaches, chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists, body gurus thanks for making sure I was on the field. To all the people who made my life easier at the facility (ops, pr, equipment staff, cafe workers, custodians) thanks and your work doesn’t go unnoticed. And how could i forget all my fans?! You’re the best and have always felt the love and support! I’m sure I’ve forgotten a few but know that I’m thankful for everything everyone has done on my journey.

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Woodhead passou a temporada 2017 defendendo o Baltimore Ravens, que o dispensou na última terça.

O running back entrou na liga em 2008, quando assinou com o New York Jets como agente livre não draftado.

Woodhead permaneceu nos Jets até 2010, quando foi dispensado e logo adquirido pelo New England Patriots, onde jogou até 2012 em uma passagem marcante e foi uma arma muito utilizada no ataque do time do técnico Bill Belichick.

Depois disso, foram quatro temporadas no então San Diego Chargers, de 2013 a 2016 e, por fim, a passagem curta e pouco produtiva pelos Ravens.

Nesta última temporada, ele perdeu grande parte dos jogos de Baltimore devido a uma lesão no músculo posterior da coxa.

Woodhead encerra sua carreira com 5.694 jardas totais e 32 touchdowns.

Em 10 temporadas regulares na carreira, o running back correu 517 vezes para 2.238 jardas e 15 touchdowns, além de ter feito 300 recepções para 2.698 jardase 17 TDs.

Woodhead também somou 758 jardas em retornos de chutes durante sua trajetória na NFL.

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