Julius Peppers of Chicago Bear has retired from NFL

Julius Peppers of Chicago Bear has retired from NFL

The defensive lineman of Chicago Bear announced his retirement after playing 17 seasons of NFL. He thanked his fans for their support as he spent four years in Chicago. He also thanked the former coaches of the Chicago Bear in his letter to the “The Players Tribune”. He said, “I will love the city of Chicago forever”.

Peppers announced his retirement recently. He also said that the people of Chicago are so welcoming and supportive and he will always remember the love and hospitality of Chicago. He added, “I feel proud to wear the uniform of Chicago Bear”. He thanked Lovie Smith and Rod Marinelli who are the former coaches of the team. He also thank the winner of Hall of Fame, Brian Urlacher, former coach of CB.

Senior editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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