SHOCKING NEWS : Tampa Bay Buccaneers potential star has officially announced his retirement

Jensen was ruled out for the remainder of the season in August 2023.
Ryan Jensen, a longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive lineman, has announced his retirement from the NFL after 11 years in the game. It had been a rocky several seasons, with him missing the majority of them due to a knee injury sustained at spring training in 2022.
He broke the bittersweet news on Instagram, comparing his career to a book and stating that everything has a “ending.” Jensen would say that he is extremely pleased of his career with Tampa Bay and others, and that he is “excited” about what the next chapter of his life will bring him.


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“Every chapter in the book of life comes to an end. The NFL chapter in my life is coming to an end. “As this chapter concludes and I reflect on every aspect of my career, it makes me proud,” Jensen wrote on the social networking platform. “There is always something new to learn, even in difficult times.It is always difficult to retire from a game that you have enjoyed since you were a child. “I am looking forward to the next chapter and the new opportunities and challenges it will bring.”

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Jensen graduated from Colorado State University Pubelo and was drafted in the sixth round in 2013 by the Baltimore Ravens. He spent four seasons with the Ravens before moving to Tampa Bay, where he has served as the cornerstone for their offensive line since 2018. He was notably important during the years when Tom Brady joined the Buccaneers and they both won the Super Bowl in 2021.

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