Jerod Mayo’s former teammates ‘proud’ to have played with him

The veteran linebacker racked up 861 tackles (566 solo, 328 assisted) and 11 sacks in 110 career games Stew Milne/AP

After eight seasons, Jerod Mayo is hanging up the pads.

The two-time Pro Bowl linebacker made the announcement that he was retiring via his Instagram account Tuesday night, and since then players across the league have been wishing him the best. The New England Patriots selected the 29 year old with with the 10th overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft.

Chandler Jones

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Julian Edelman

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Danny Amendola

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Kevin Faulk

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Houston Texans NT, Vince Wilfork

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Houston Texans LT, Duane Brown

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New York Giants DE, Robert Ayers Jr.

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Calgary Stampeders QB, Bo Levi Mitchell


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The 2015 Patriots season, game by game

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