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Blake Costanzo came into the NFL in 2006 as an undrafted rookie with the New York Jets.
He spent 2007 on the practice squad in New York before moving to Buffalo and appearing in three games for the Bills.
He made 15 special teams tackles, while forcing two fumbles in 16 games in 2008 with Buffalo.
The following season, he signed with the Cleveland Browns where he made 14 special team tackles, forcing two fumbles and recovered three as well.
He appeared in 10 games the following season for the Browns making, before being placed on injured reserve due to a groin injury.
He spent last season with the San Francisco 49ers, where he made 12 special teams tackles. He forced a fumble and recovered one in the 49ers’ NFC Divisional 36-32 win over the New Orleans Saints.
The Chicago Bears inked him to a two-year deal worth $2 million this off-season. He will certainly be a key player for them on coach Dave Toub’s special teams unit.
I caught up with Blake prior to training camp and he told me...
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"I have decided to retire from the NFL," Thomas posted on his Twitter.
Devin Thomas holds the MSU record for all-purpose yards in a season with 2,590. (State News Photo)
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