New Orleans Saints wide receiver Chris Hogan has retired from the NFL after a career that lasted for over a decade, according to CBS Sports. The 32-year-old was put on the retired list this Saturday.
Hogan signed with the Saints as wide receiver in July this year. He played five games for the football league. His professional resume boasts an impressive association with eight NFL teams during a career than spanned more than 10 years.
During his three-month stint with Saints, Hogan mostly appeared appeared as a reserve, He also took four catches for 41 yards in addition to scoring a touchdown against the Packers in New Orleans. Prior to signing with the Saints, Hogan briefly played in the Premier Lacrosse League.
He went pro as a wide receiver in the AFC East. The New Jersey native made offseason and practice squad appearances for the Dolphins, Giants and 49ers between 2011 and 2012. His first major career push came with the Buffalo Bills.
His career-best came during the 2016 season when he contributed 38 catches for 680 yards and scored four touchdowns. Hogan at the time was on a three-year deal with the New England Patriots.
He went on to sign with Carolina Panthers in 2019. Unfortunately, an injury shortened his appearance for the club. He joined the Jets the very next year and played five games for the team. His overall stats are 19 touchdowns and 220 catches for 2,836 yards.
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