A.J. Hawk To Retire

A.J. Hawk is calling it a career. The linebacker tells Albert Breer of The MMQB (on Twitter) that he plans on filing retirement paperwork this offseason. A.J. Hawk (vertical)

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Hawk anchored the Packers’ linebacking core for years and barely missed a game from 2006 through 2014. While he never had gaudy sack numbers, he was a tackling machine and an integral part of the Packers’ Super Bowl winning team in the 2010 season. When he lost a step on the other side of 30, he parted ways with the Packers and found his way to the Bengals in 2015. This season, he hooked on with the Falcons, but he wound up playing in just one game.

We here at PFR wish Hawk the best in retirement.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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  1. Gimmedrugs

    Always seemed like a good professional dude. Best of luck Mr. Hawk.

  2. TJECK109

    Maybe him and Lauranitis could be the new hawk and animal in WWE!

    • Matthew Madsen

      Considering where he was drafted the as far as him being underrated

  3. Matthew Madsen

    * considering where he was drafted he’s definitely not underrated*


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