Shaquem Griffin ‘On To Plan A,’ Announces NFL Retirement

Published by

Linebacker Shaquem Griffin announced his retirement Wednesday after three seasons in the NFL. Writing for the Players’ Tribune, Griffin said that he was prepared to move “on to Plan A” and will take a position in the NFL Legends Community. When Griffin was four years old, he had to have his hand amputated due to a congenital condition known as amniotic band syndrome. After four years at the University of Central Florida, Griffin became one of the biggest stories of the 2018 NFL Draft. The Seattle Seahawks selected him in the fifth round, uniting him with his twin brother, Shaquill Griffin, and…

Read More

See also  NBA Will Not Play On Election Day, Encouraging Fans To Vote

Leave a Reply