Ex-Titans DB Jason McCourty announces his retirement

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Former Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots defensive back Jason McCourty has announced his retirement from the NFL.

McCourty took to social media on Friday to make the announcement, which he recorded while sitting in front of a picture of himself in a Titans uniform.

“These past 13 seasons have been one hell of a journey,” McCourty said. “As I reflect and look back on my career, I have far surpassed any and every expectation I set for myself back in 2009.”

A 2009 sixth-round pick, McCourty indeed surpassed all expectations, as he became a very good player and key member of Tennessee’s defense over eight seasons in Nashville.

After his stint in Tennessee ended, McCourty spent time with the Cleveland Browns, Patriots and Miami Dolphins. He ended up winning a Super Bowl with New England during the 2018 campaign.

McCourty has been and will continue to be an inspiration for all late-round picks who are trying to make it in the NFL. We wish him the best in his post-career endeavors.

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