Maurkice Pouncey Retires From NFL After A Decade

Maurkice Pouncey
Maurkice Pouncey

The two players, Maurkice Pouncey and Mike Pouncey of the NFL are finally getting retired. This comes after a career of over ten years in the world of American football. The announcement of the matter was made by a former team player of Maurkice, Raymon Foster. The payer took to the social media platform, Instagram to make the announcement.

The post talked about the retirement of both the twin brothers. Maurkice Pouncey completed a total of 11 seasons in the team, Steelers. He also got named to “nine Pro Bowls”. His brother completed a total of ten seasons. The teams that he played in are Chargers and the Miami Dolphins. The both of them went to Florida together.

Maurkice Pouncey’s Professional Career

Maurkice Pouncey was drafted by the Steelers as number 18. This was among the overall in the year 2010. When he was in the team, they collected a total of four titles of division. This is not it; the team also reached the AFC championship. This took place in the season of the year 2016. The player has earned the title of being a “first-team All-Pro” over two times. Not only that, but he is also an offensive line and team leadership cornerstone.

When the Foster provided Maurkice Pouncey with a memo, he wrote a message on it. It said that he will never stop loving the sport of American football. And together with that, he will also never give up on being an “ultimate competitor” in his life.

The player extended his gratefulness towards the Rooney family of the Steelers and to everyone else who was involved in the organization. Mike Tomlin, the head coach of the team, took to Twitter to address the retirement of the player.