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NFL star retires just two weeks after signing with Eagles

 August 21, 2023

Myles Jack, a prominent NFL linebacker, has announced his retirement just two weeks after joining the Philadelphia Eagles.

In a surprising turn of events, Jack has decided to retire from the professional league altogether after seven seasons. This unexpected decision comes shortly after he joined the Eagles in free agency, as reported by the Daily Mail.

Jack's journey in the NFL

Jack began his NFL journey with the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he played for six seasons.

He was a standout player during his college years at UCLA and was picked by Jacksonville in the 2016 NFL Draft at No. 36.

Jack's last season was with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he showcased his skills in 15 games, starting in 13 of them.

The athlete's sentiments about his career have often been rather profound. He once mentioned:

One week you're on the couch playing 'Call of Duty,' the next week you're playing with the [NFC] champions.

This statement reflects the unpredictable nature of an athlete's career.

Considering a different path

Before this season, Jack had expressed interest in pursuing a different vocation.

He contemplated attending trade school to become a plumber or electrician following his NFL journey.

However, his high school friend and Arizona Cardinals safety, Budda Baker, encouraged him to continue his athletic career.

Jack's passion for work is evident. He stated to NBC Sports Philadelphia:

I like to work. I couldn't sit at home. I've been blessed to make a lot of money. I could retire and sit at the house. I want to be innovative. If a zombie apocalypse came, I want to be able to build something.

Short-lived time with the Eagles

Eagles general manager Howie Roseman reached out to Jack about two weeks ago.

Following this, Jack played in a preseason game against the Cleveland Browns.

Despite these recent engagements, Jack decided not to continue with an eighth NFL season.

Jack's NFL career undoubtedly had its highs and lows. One of the highlights was during the 2017 season with Jacksonville.

He was a key player in the 'Sacksonville' defense, which was among the best in the league. That year, the Jaguars made it to the AFC Championship but were defeated by the New England Patriots.

During his entire career, Jack began 95 games, achieving 617 tackles, 6.5 sacks, and making three interceptions.

Injuries and their impact

Injuries have also played a significant role in Jack's career. In September 2015, he suffered a torn meniscus and underwent surgery.

This knee condition was a major factor in him not being picked in the first round of his draft.

Jack's decision to retire has left many in shock. His contributions to the NFL, especially with the Jaguars and the Steelers, will certainly be remembered.

His recent signing with the Eagles had fans excited about the upcoming season, making this announcement even more unexpected.


  • Myles Jack retires after seven seasons in the NFL.
  • Jack had recently signed with the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • He considered trade school for a post-NFL career.
  • Jack played a significant role in the 'Sacksonville' defense in 2017.
  • Injuries, especially a torn meniscus, impacted his draft position and possibly his career.