Julian Edelman shows love for Philip Rivers on Twitter after QB retires

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New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman took to Twitter to honor Philip Rivers after he decided to retire from the NFL on Wednesday.

Rivers issued a statement about his decision to share a long list of thank-yous to the Indianapolis Colts, the Los Angeles Chargers, his teammates, his family, his coaches and the fans, among others.

Edelman shared a very quick message for Rivers: “Helluva career 17.”

Rivers was 142-114 over his career, but was 1-8 against the Patriots. He most recently matched up against New England in the divisional round of the playoffs after the 2018 season. The Patriots won, 41-28.

The news of Rivers’ retirement has to make Patriots fans wonder how many years Edelman has left.