He’s easily the greatest return man in the history of football. Every time Devin Hester touches the ball, it’s a possible highlight film. However, Hester is feeling neglected on the offensive side of the ball, and says he may want to start over with a new team.
Hester had pondered retirement after coach Lovie Smith was fired, but is having a change of heart, and looking for a change in scenery instead.
"I'm going to try to get two or three more years in,'' Hester told the Chicago Tribune.” I think I have that much left in me.
"At the same time, I think I do need a fresh start.''
"Not only this year, but the last couple of years it has been like that,'' said Hester. ”It was really starting to show, why I was frustrated.”
"I'm not making any excuses. I know some of the plays I should have made in terms of catching the ball. But I just wasn't feeling it. My mind wasn't there the majority of the time.''
”I'm loyal to my team. But the fans and my teammates have to understand ...