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(Andrew Hawkins) to obtain a master’s degree from the Columbia University in the offseason, a week after he joined the new England patriots jersey.
Now he’s graduated from professional football.
Hawkins announced on Tuesday that he was retiring from NFL. He had spent 6 seasons with the tigers and Cleveland Brown in Cincinnati. Now, as the Patriot training camp is about to begin, he ends his career. He says he feels he is 31 years old and can’t prepare himself for training camp.
Hawkins joined the Patriots in the late May, and he knew he had to compete to get a chance to stay. At the time, he said, joining the Patriots nfl jerseys was because there was the best chance of winning.
Hawkins started his career in the Canadian football league. In Montreal 2 years after he played in the Saint Louis rams spent the offseason, then his success among the list of big tiger. During the period from 2011 to 2013 he played 35 games to finish 86 receptions 995 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Hawkins and Brown joined in 2014 when the season in the best career finish, 63 times the ball 824 yards and 2 touchdowns. But Brown didn’t need him any more after he introduced many young players this year.
Hawkins has a master’s degree in sports management at Columbia University and aims to become general manager of the NFL team. After hanging up his shoes, he will wear a suit in the future.