Is Julian Edelman leaving?

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Very interesting tweet from Julian. Sounds like he might be leaving and/or retiring?

 

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While it wouldn't surprise me, in an article he quoted he said he would be honored to be with the likes of Bruschi and Troy Brown as a one team player, but I guess it depends on BB wanting to give him one last shot. I mean, he's still under contract, so he can still come back. But maybe he is eyeing retirement. Who knows. Either way, hell of a ride and hell of a productive career for a 7th round former college QB regardless of what will happen next year.
 

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I thought the exact same thing this morning when I read it. Interesting.
 
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While it wouldn't surprise me, in an article he quoted he said he would be honored to be with the likes of Bruschi and Troy Brown as a one team player, but I guess it depends on BB wanting to give him one last shot. I mean, he's still under contract, so he can still come back. But maybe he is eyeing retirement. Who knows. Either way, hell of a ride and hell of a productive career for a 7th round former college QB regardless of what will happen next year.
He is my favorite WR all time.
 

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He had one hell of a career in New england. His knee issues barely allowed him to play last year.
 

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I'd like to see him retire so he can walk normally when he's 45. He's just one hit away from walking with a limp for the rest of his life.

He has nothing else to prove on the field. I understand that it is hard for football players to call it quits, but in his case I hope that he gets good advise and takes it.
 
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