The NFL is losing one of the good guys with news that Sean Morey, a veteran special teams ace, has decided to retire on the eve of the beginning of training camp with the Seattle Seahawks.
Morey, 34, represented the Arizona Cardinals in the Pro Bowl in 2008. He spent the previous three years with the Cardinals before signing with the Seahawks and new coach Pete Carroll. A Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times notes, Morey broke into the league as an undrafted player from Brown with the New England Patriots in 1999 when Carroll was the coach.
No indication has been given as to why the decision was made at this point by Morey. He has been a very active member in the NFLPA and is involved with the brain-injury committee.
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