Veteran NFL quarterback Chad Henne emerged victorious on Sunday.
The 13-year-old pro who spent the past four seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs posted on Instagram that he was walking off into the sunset after the team defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl LVII.
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Henne posted a photo with a bottle of Bud Light.
«Calling it a career. Ending it with @budlight» and another ring,» he wrote in the caption.
Henne proved to be a useful backup to quarterback Patrick Mahomes since 2018. He appeared in 11 games for the Chiefs, starting one of them. He had 359 passing yards and two touchdown passes in that span.
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The Chiefs’ Instagram account was among those congratulating Henne.
«Congratulations on an amazing race. Thank you for everything you have done for us,» the team wrote.
Henne excelled at Michigan before turning pro. The Miami Dolphins selected him with the No. 57 pick in the 2008 draft in the second round. He first served as the backup to Chad Pennington during his rookie year and then took over the starting role once Pennington was injured in 2009.
He started 31 games for the Dolphins before moving on to the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he played from 2012 to 2017. He started 22 games for the Jaguars.
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Overall, Henne recorded 13,290 passing yards and 60 touchdown passes and finished with two Super Bowl rings.