After Super Bowl LVII win, Chiefs backup QB Chad Henne leaves the NFL

One member of the Kansas City Chiefs has officially decided to call it a career after the team’s win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.

Chad Henne, Chiefs backup quarterback, took to Instagram to announce his resignation from the NFL. It was reported that Henne had been contemplating retirement in the 2022 NFL offseason, before signing a one-year contract with Kansas City. Henne is now retired after he has won his second Super Bowl title.

“Calling it a career,” Henne wrote. “Capping it off with @budlight 🍺 and another ring 💍!”

Henne, a former second round draft pick by Miami Dolphins (2008), spent 13 years in the NFL. Henne spent four seasons in Miami and five in Jacksonville, as well as four in Kansas City.

Henne’s heroics in the postseason for Kansas City will be his greatest legacy. Mahomes was eliminated in the AFC divisional round and Henne replaced him. against the Cleveland Browns back in the 2020 NFL playoffs. Henne was the most recent to be added. led a 98-yard scoring drive in the AFC divisional round Patrick Mahomes was first to fall with his ankle injury. The team would win Super Bowl LVII on the highest mountaintop.

This is the last that the Chiefs Kingdom has seen of Henne on the gridiron, but it’s possible that it’s not the last they’ve seen of him. Numerous former Andy Reid quarterbacks have returned to his coaching staff.

Stay tuned for more news!

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire

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