SAD NEWS : Buffalo Bills potential star announced his retirement from NFL on social media.

Damien Harris has called it a career.

On Monday night, the former Buffalo Bills running back announced his retirement on social media.

In his retirement announcement, Harris wrote:

Playing football has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life for the past two decades.
Getting to represent the name on the back of my jersey on and off the field, getting to compete at the highest level with and against the best competitors while winning championships, and being coached by the two greatest head coaches of all time, Nick Saban and Bill Belichick, are all just a small part of what God has done in my life.

game of football.
The people I’ve met, the places I’ve been and will continue to visit, the experiences and memories I’ve created, and the influence I’ve been able to make thus far are the things that matter the most to me.

RB Damien Harris announces retirement after five seasons in NFL


Gratitude is described as “the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and return kindness.” Today, I am thankful that I found the strength to leave the game I adore.

Harris went on to thank his former teammates, coaches, agent, and wife before sending a message to his son, Dame II.

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The whole statement can be found here.

Harris signed with the Bills as a free agent in 2023. He appeared in six games for Buffalo, rushing for 94 yards and one touchdown and gaining 16 yards on two receptions. Harris, who was signed to be the team’s No. 2 back, received few opportunity in his one season with the Bills. James Cook had the majority of the team’s carries, but Harris faced competition for the No. 2 back position from Latavius Murray in the backfield.

Harris’ season was cut short before he had a chance to establish himself after suffering a neck injury against the New York Giants in week six. Harris spent the night at the hospital.

He sustained the injury and was placed on injured reserve shortly after. Harris appeared to avoid serious harm, but he never returned to the field with the Bills.

Harris played four seasons for the New England Patriots before joining the Bills. In New England, he rushed for 2,094 yards and 20 touchdowns, while also gaining 281 yards on 40 receptions.

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