Quarterback Drew Bledsoe, who lost his starting job with the Cowboys to Tony Romo in 2006, has decided to retire. Bledose played 14 seasons in the NFL.
Bledsoe was the first overall draft pick in 1993 by the New England Patriots and he led the team to Super Bowl XXXI, a loss to Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers. Bledsoe may be more known for getting hurt in New England -- an injury that allowed Tom Brady to get off the bench and play and understandly, Bledsoe never got his job back. He...Read Full Story
Get to know former NFL QB Drew Bledsoe who retired after 14 seasons. He played for the Patriots, Bills and Cowboys.