If WFT does not make the 2021 playoffs, Thomas Davis is retiring

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to an Instagram post, Washington Football Team linebacker Thomas Davis will play his last NFL game on Sunday. That’s of course if his team does not make the playoffs.

The WFT will travel to Philadelphia for a marquee matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football. If the WFT wins, they will clinch the NFC East with a 7-9 mark.

Washington Football Team linebacker Thomas Davis will wear these cleats in his final regular season game against the Philadelphia Eagles
Thomas Davis will wear these cleats in his final regular season game against the Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Thomas Davis/Instagram)

However, if the Eagles win the contest, Davis will play in his final game.

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“This weekend will be my last regular season football game ever,” Davis said in an Instagram post. “@mache275 helped me go down memory lane and reflect on a few things that I’ve been able to accomplish over my 16 yrs of being in the @nfl. Sometimes things can happen that cause you to feel unworthy, just know that No man can steal what God had already planned for your life!

“I’m extremely blessed and thankful for every opportunity that I’ve earned because nothing is ever given to you! You work your butt off and you pray that God’s plan aligns with yours!”

The 37-year-old has played for three teams in his career. By signing in Washington, he was reunited with head coach Ron Rivera. He played for Rivers during much of his career with the Carolina Panthers, where he played from 2005 through 2018.

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Davis then signed a two-gear deal with the Los Angeles Chargers. However, he was released by the team in March.

Following his departure from Los Angeles, he signed with the Washington Redskins to a one-year deal. It was not until July with public pressure that Daniel Snyder said that he would change the name, which would no longer include the name “Redskins.”

This is the second time that he has said that he was done with the NFL. He previously announced that the 2018 season would be his final one.

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