BREAKING NEWS : Calgary Stampeders key player has officially announced his retirement from the CFL

Charlie Moore is hanging up his cleats. The Canadian linebacker and special-teams ace announced his retirement from the CFL and the Calgary Stampeders early Monday.

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Moore, a third-round selection by the Stampeders in 2021, appeared in 45 regular-season games with the Red and White over three seasons. He played as a reserve linebacker and stood out on special teams, making 32 tackles and blocking two punts. The South Delta, British Columbia native also recovered two fumbles for the Stamps and played in three postseason games.

“We appreciate all the work and effort Charlie put in during his three years with the Stampeders,” stated Stamps GM/head coach Dave Dickenson. “We know he’ll be successful with whatever he”

Calgary Stampeders linebacker Charlie Moore retires from CFL | Calgary  Herald

decides what to do in the next stage of his life. “After careful consideration, I have decided to retire,” said Moore, a University of Calgary alumnus. “This decision was not simple. However, I believe it is the best option for me at this moment. I appreciate Coach Dickenson, Coach (Mark) Kilam, and the rest of the staff for taking a chance on me. I also want to thank everyone in the Stampeders organization for making my experience with the team some of the most memorable years of my life.”

Canadian LB Charlie Moore retires at age 26 - 3DownNation

Prior to his professional career, Moore was a standout for the Calgary Dinos and a member of the University of Calgary’s Vanier Cup-winning squad in 2019.

“I’m incredibly glad for the opportunity to retire. “As a Stampeder,” Moore added. “I will forever cherish the time I spent as a Stamp and I look forward to what the future holds for my life after football.”

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