Former New York Jets Quarterback Retires at 25-Years Old
Former New York Jets quarterback Greg McElroy announced his retirement from the NFL on Friday morning:
At this time, I would like to announce my retirement from the NFL. pic.twitter.com/b9cUHLPj70
— Greg McElroy (@GVMcElroy) March 21, 2014
The University of Alabama product played professionally for three seasons, including his first two for the Jets after getting drafted in the 7th round by Gang Green in 2011.
McElroy, 25-years old, played in two games for the Jets and started one with one touchdown and one interception to his name. The 2010 BCS National Champion will be remembered for his prolific collegiate career with the Crimson Tide and is projected to have a solid career in coaching.