Only 10 days after signing with the Chiefs, Safety Steve Gregory has announced that he will be retiring from the NFL after eight seasons.
Statement from Gregory (via Nick Jacobs, TWC Sports):
— Nick Jacobs (@Jacobs71) August 9, 2014
Gregory spent six of his eight seasons in the league in San Diego, and went on to play in New England in 2012...
The Kansas City Chiefs thought they had strengthened their secondary and added depth to their defense at the end of last month with the addition of veteran safety Steve Gregory. But just a week and a half later, the former 2006 undrafted product out of Syracuse has announced his retirement. Photo Credit: KCChiefs.com “It is with tremendous respect, appreciation and admiration for...
After an eight-year NFL career, defensive back Steve Gregory is calling it quits.
Gregory, who signed with the Kansas City Chiefs less than two weeks ago on July 31, announced his retirement via a statement tweeted by his agent, David Canter.
Steve Gregory retirement statement http://t.co/lzau2Cp5Gj— DECManagement (@davidcanter) August 09, 2014
Before joining the Chiefs, Gregory...
Veteran S Steve Gregory announced his retirement from the NFL Saturday in a statement posted on Twitter by his agent David Canter.
Steve Gregory retirement statement pic.twitter.com/lzau2Cp5Gj
— DECManagement (@davidcanter) August 9, 2014
Gregory, 31, signed with the Chiefs a little over a week ago, so this news is a little surprising.
Gregory spent the first six year of his...
David Canter, the agent for veteran S Steve Gregory, announced via his Twitter account Thursday that his client has signed a contract with the Chiefs.
Congratulations to #TeamDEC client Steve Gregory on signing with @KCChiefs
— DECManagement (@davidcanter) July 31, 2014
Gregory spent the first six year of his career with the Chargers before joining the Patriots in 2012. New England...
courtesy bostonglobe.comSteve Gregory was released last month by the New England Patriots due to salary cap reasons. Now the 31 year old believes that his best years are ahead of him, according to syracuse.com. "I'm the healthiest I've ever been in my career. I'm just as athletic as when I first started out. I know the value I have. The experience I gained over the...
After a year of up-and-down play, Patriots safety Steve Gregory is worried that he could be cut this offseason.
Per Ben Volin of the Boston Globe:
Count safety Steve Gregory among the veterans concerned that he might be a salary-cap casualty this offseason with the Patriots in need of creating space, according to a league source. Gregory, an eight-year veteran who just...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Patriots safety Steve Gregory was seen leaving Gillette Stadium with a cast on his thumb.
Patriots S Steve Gregory exited Gillette with an immobilization cast on his thumb. Tests tomorrow to learn if it's dislocated or broken
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 4, 2013
Gregory is a solid player that has recorded 46 tackles so...
“The trickle-down effect from the absence of starting safety Steve Gregory saw rookie Tavon...
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From growing up in Brooklyn to his playing days at Syracuse, from not getting selected in the 2006 draft to starting at safety in San Diego, Steve Gregory has never taken anything for granted.
The NFL, after all, can be a tough place. He's happy to still be in it.
''It's been heck of a journey,'' the six-year veteran said. ''I can remember coming...
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August 14, 2012