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Ex-Browns and Texan Duke Johnson announces his retirement from the NFL after eight seasons

Duke Johnson has officially announced his retirement. The 30-year-old running back steps away from the gridiron after an impressive eight-season run in the league, leaving behind a legacy that extends from the college fields of the University of Miami to the professional field of N.F.L.

Johnson took to Instagram on Sunday to share the news and give fans a heartfelt farewell and look back on his career. “8 years 4 teams with 1 goal in mind: creating a better life for my family” he wrote. His message not only reflected his surprising achievements, but also expressed his results deep gratitude towards his followers and the divine guidance he believes guided his journey.

Drafted in the third round by the Cleveland Browns in 2015, Johnson emerged from the University of Miami as his all-time leading rusher – a title he still bafflesly holds 3,519 meters. Are N.F.L career saw him don jerseys for the Tanning, Houston Texans, Miami Dolphinsand finally the Buffalo Billswith whom he played his last match in 2022.

More than just the stats: Duke Johnson’s impactful legacy

During his professional escapade Johnson collected a remarkable one 5,135 total yards And 23 TDs. But it’s not just the numbers that are decisive Duke; it is his spirit, resilience and dedication to his family and fans that have truly marked his time in the sport.

As he says goodbye to the N.F.LJohnson’s focus remains clear: to continue to care for his family and enjoy life in good health, thanks to the career that football has given him. However, his legacy will undoubtedly remain a part of football history, transcending mere statistics and reminding us all of the power of perseverance and passion.

Parting, Duke Johnson. Your impact extends beyond the meter, straight into the hearts of football fans around the world.