Jeremy Hill Announces Retirement

  • Former Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill announced his retirement from professional football this week. Hill was originally a second-round pick (55th overall) by the Bengals in 2014 out of Louisiana State University, and he spent the first four years of his NFL career in Cincinnati before playing for the New England Patriots in his final season in 2018. He had 704 carries for 2,873 rushing yards and 29 touchdowns in his time with the Bengals. Unfortunately, he was most famous for his late-game lost fumble in the 2015 wild-card playoff loss to the division-rival Pittsburgh Steelers. In his final year with the Pats, Hill only saw four carries for 25 yards in one game played. The 30-year-old finishes his NFL career with 708 carries for 2,898 yards and 29 TDs, adding 68 receptions for 490 yards and another score in 55 games played (43 starts).

    May 24 · Source via Cincinnati Bengals
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