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Tedy Bruschi Retires – One Less Great Name in Football

By Whit Honea |

tedy-bruschiTedy Bruschi (brew-ski, I know, it’s awesome) is retiring from football – assuming of course the city of Boston will let him.  They loves them some Bruschi, and rightfully so.  Tedy Bruschi is something of a badass.

Bruschi has been a New England Patriot his entire career and was the NFL “Comeback Player of the Year” in 2005 after leaving football due to a mild stroke.

Tedy Bruschi will now spend his Sundays with his wife Heidi and their three boys, Tedy Jr., Dante and Rex.

On a personal note, Tedy Bruschi attended the University of Arizona the same time that I did and while I’m not a fan of the Patriots (screw you, Patriots), I’ve always been a huge fan of his.

Best of luck, Tedy.

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Whit Honea

Whit Honea is an award-winning writer living in the greater Los Angeles area with his wife, two boys, and too many pets. His personal blog, Honea Express, is updated quarterly (give or take.) Read bio and latest posts → Read Whit Honea's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “Tedy Bruschi Retires – One Less Great Name in Football

  1. Trix says:

    BRUUUUUSCHI. I always liked him. He seems like a really nice guy. Congrats and enjoy.

  2. amandashea17 says:

    I’m heartbroken, he was always my favorite. He was an amazing player and will truly be missed. Thanks for all the memories.

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