Found July 27, 2014 on NFL Draft Diamonds:
PLAYERS: Sean McGrath
Sean McGrath led Chiefs tight ends in receptions last season, but he is hanging up his cleats. McGrath has decided to retire from the NFL after two seasons. McGrath, who had 26 catches last season. “McGrath is gonna retire, that’s what we’ve been told by him,” Reid said, via the Kansas City Star. “I wish […] The post Chiefs tight end Sean McGrath has retired from football appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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