Bears Devin Hester clarifies retirement comments on Twitter


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Earlier this week the Chicago Bears Devin Hester made comments about how NFL football is no longer fun for him and how he thinks this could be the end of his career. He also said his family is a factor and he needs to take that into account regarding his decision about his future. These comments came on the same day Bears coach Lovie Smith was fired, and given how close Hester was to Lovie, there was speculation that the two incidents were related.

Also factor in that Hester, one of the NFL’s most dangerous return men in history did nothing on kick returns in 2012, and had a very non-descript year catching the ball, and it’s easy to see why he made such comments of frustration. But today he clarified.

“Let me make myself clear the reason why I feel like retiring has nothing to do with Lovie Smith Getting fired.” Hester tweeted 25 minutes ago

He followed that tweet up with

“It’s hard to play this game when you’re not happy or having fun At what you love to do in life.”

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