Vance McDonald, a 30-year-old Pittsburgh Steelers veteran, announced the retire from the NFL on Friday. After just eight years of professional career since entering the league as a second-class draft in 2013, according to the NFL Network.
‘Me and my family are grateful for everything NFL football has given us in life. Both good memories and hardships The relationships and friendships we have with each other along the way. The life lessons that the game has given me and the people I love, Vance McDonald said in a statement. It has always been our dream and mission to leverage the platforms.
That have been provided to us through the NFL to help serve and elevate others along the way.
And we will continue to find ways to serve others When the next chapter of life begins I’m proud to be retired as Steelers. UFABET
McDonald’s played as San Francisco Forty Mr Jenners from 2013-2016 before joining the Steelers in 2017 and was nominated for the Walter Pae Award. 2020 Jersey NFL of the Year
‘I am grateful for Vance’s work over the past four years of his career in Pittsburgh ‘Steelers coach Mike Tomlinhead said. ‘He’s a great player on and off the pitch. It is leading our many efforts in the community. At the same time, it serves as a voice for social justice efforts and community work during the epidemic. ‘
‘I hope that he and his family will be nothing but the best in them. His retire and his continued work to be a pillar in the community ‘