Devin Hester Retires: Latest Comments and Reaction

January 15, 2017   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the Seattle Seahawks' season coming to an end in the NFC divisional playoffs, wide receiver Devin Hester's time in the NFL has reached its conclusion. 
Per Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, Hester said Saturday may have been his final game and noted, "I told my wife this is pretty much my last year."
Per Jonathan Jones of SI Now, Hester's one regret about retirement is not winning a Super Bowl: "The only thing I left out of this game is walking away without getting a ring. It's tough."
The Falcons defeated the Seahawks 36-20 to advance to the NFC Championship Game, though Hester did his part to keep Seattle in it. He racked up 194 yards on five kick returns and had another 80-yard punt return called back due to a penalty. 
Michael David Smith of ProFootballTalk.com noted Hester went overlooked late in the season:
Hester signed with the Seahawks on Jan. 4, just in time for the postseason, due to a broken leg suffered by Tyler Lockett. H...

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