Danny Amendola Retirement

In spite of interest from many teams this summer, longtime NFL receiver Danny Amendola has opted to retire. In an interview with ESPN’s Adam Schefter on his career, Amendola said, “It was greater than I could have ever anticipated.”

Despite numerous teams’ interest in veteran wide receiver Danny Amendola this offseason, he has opted to retire from the NFL. “It was greater than I could have ever anticipated,” Amendola said to ESPN’s Adam Schefter regarding his career. “Wouldn’t have it any other way,” he wrote on Twitter after posting a selection of his best work.

Despite his 36 years in the NFL, Amendola is only the second player in NFL history to have played in more than a dozen different teams during the course of his career. He was a member of the Patriots’ All-Decade Team and won two Super Bowls with the team in 2014 and 2016. He also returned kicks for the Patriots.

Sixty-two receptions for 6,212 yards and 24 touchdowns complete his career. Schefter was told by Amendola that he is open to exploring alternative options, including negotiating with television networks in the early stages.

To remain loyal to Brady and the Patriots, Amendola took numerous wage cuts, but he eventually left for Miami in 2018. After just one season with the Dolphins, he was released and went on to play two seasons with the Lions from 2019-2020 before his final year with Houston in 2020.

Once known for his playoff heroics, Amendola never made it back to the postseason after leaving Boston. With the Dolphins and Lions, he was able to maintain the same level of success he had with the Patriots (at least 45 catches each season and at least 575 yards receiving each year).

New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is now able to join Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman in retirement after spending time with them recently filming Brady’s 80th birthday celebration for Brady.

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The Miami Dolphins have signed wide receiver Danny Amendola to a two-year deal. He completed a touchdown throw to Kenyan Drake in a 42–23 loss to the Houston Texans in Week 8 of the 2018 season. This season, Amendola has 59 receptions for 575 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown.

Detroit Lions signed Amendola to a one-year, $4.5 million contract. In addition, incentives of up to $1.25 million are included in the deal. Matt Patricia was the Patriots’ defensive coordinator when Amendola was a member of the team. In Week 1, against the Cardinals, Amendola made his Lions debut.

Seven throws for 104 yards and a touchdown by Amendola were caught in a 27–27 draw in the contest. In the Vikings’ 42-30 defeat in Week 7, Amendola hauled in eight catches for 105 yards. He caught eight passes for 102 yards in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 38–17 loss in Week 15 of the season.

Week 17 saw Amendola catch two passes for 16 yards and throw one to rookie quarterback David Blough for a 19-yard touchdown pass in Green Bay Packers‘ 23-20 loss. Amendola had 62 receptions for 678 yards and a touchdown in the 2019 season.

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