Junior Seau Says He’s Retiring


January 13, 2010

Junior Seau Says He's Retiring We've all heard it before from Junior Seau, but this time, you can't help but think he's telling the truth.

The veteran linebacker said on Inside the NFL that Sunday's loss to Baltimore was his final NFL game, according to the Boston Herald.

?Cris, I?m surfing," Seau told hosts Cris Collinsworth and Warren Sapp. "I'm going to go surf. Yeah Warren, I'm not going to give you another speech. It?s all over with the speeches. Whatever happens, I can say, honestly say, that that probably was my last game."

Seau, 40, played in six regular-season games for the Patriots this season. He rejoined the Pats this year after retiring — again — at the conclusion of the 2008 season. The Patriots originally signed Seau in the summer of 2006, just four days after he made a memorable retirement speech in San Diego.

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