Former Eagles offensive linemen announces retirement
A former Eagle hangs them up. Earlier today, former offensive linemen Stephen Wisniewski announced that he would be retiring from the NFL after spending over a decade in the league. Wisniewski was a member of the Philadelphia Eagles for three seasons from 2016 through 2018.
Stephen played ten seasons in the NFL and was a second-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. Wisniewski joined the Eagles in 2016 and was a starter during their 2017 run helping the birds bring home Super Bowl 52. In 2018 he was benched in favor of Isaac Seumalo before joining the Chiefs next season.
Stephen Wisniewski is just the latest member of the Eagles’ Super Bowl 52 squad to retire from the NFL. He joins LeGarrette Blount, Torrey Smith, and Chris Long while some players like Alshon Jeffery are currently free agents. Hopefully retirement treats him well and congratulations to Wisniewski on a fantastic NFL career!
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