LOS ANGELES (WJZ) — After 13 seasons in the NFL, former Ravens safety Eric Weddle is calling it quits.
Weddle put out the message on Twitter Thursday.
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— Eric Weddle (@weddlesbeard) February 6, 2020
Weddle spent three seasons with the Ravens before being cut in March 2019. He was then picked up by the Los Angeles Rams, who signed him on a two-year deal.
His former team congratulated him on his fantastic career.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 700 New Cases & 10 Deaths Reported Sunday
“The NFL will miss you,” the Ravens tweeted.
Congratulations on a fantastic career, @weddlesbeard.
The NFL will miss you. pic.twitter.com/3cngEWsGyi
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) February 6, 2020
His former teammates were among those who wished him well.
“Congratulations on a great career my brotha,” Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon wrote.
“Super Happy for you Bro! One of the top professionals this league will ever have, wishing u nothing but the best my guy!” wide receiver Willie Snead tweeted.
— Matthew Judon (@man_dammn) February 6, 2020
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Super Happy for you Bro! One of the top professionals this league will ever have, wishing u nothing but the best my guy! 💯💯🙏🏽 https://t.co/17AzJBUL5w
— Willie Snead IV (@Willie_Snead4G) February 6, 2020