At the 97.5 Fan Fest on Saturday, former Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek announced that he’s hanging up his cleats after eleven seasons of the NFL.
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Celek, age 33, will end his NFL Career with 31 receiving touchdowns and 4998 yards. During his Super Bowl run, he only got 15 touches – which was one more than in 2016. In 2009, Celek had his best year with 76 touches, eight receiving touchdowns, and only 29 yards short of a thousand.
Hopefully someday, Celek will work for the Eagles front office (which would be cool)!Follow @EaglesFeast