Florham Park, NJ – Former Super Bowl champ Chris Hogan, who has gained 216 passes over nine seasons in the NFL, is returning to his other favorite sport – lacrosse.
On Saturday it was confirmed that Hogan, 33, had entered his name in the draft entry for the Premier League Lacrosse on March 25.
“As many of you know, my roots are lacrosse, and I’m excited to fight for a spot on the list with the best in the world!” Post on Twitter at. Saturday.
Hogan was a four-letter winner and captain in Pennsylvania, playing lacrosse from 2007 to 2010 after a high-profile career at Ramapo High School in Northern New Jersey. He was a midfielder for Nittany Lions, scoring 29 goals as a youngster and earning full ECAC recognition. His coach once said that he “can be the best mediator in the first division”.
In his pre-prime-time video as a member of the New England Patriots, Hogan announced that his parent teacher is Ben State Lacrosse. He used his last year of eligibility to play football at Monmouth University (New Jersey).
Hogan did not say whether he would retire from the NFL.
He played for the New York Jets last season, getting 14 assists over 118 yards in five matches. The planes were so depleted at the wide receiver that Hogan, who was trapped in a training camp, got an immediate start. Landed on the reserve afflicted with a high sprained ankle and was waived by the IR in December.
His best years came with the Patriots, from 2016 to 2018. He became a strong target for him Tom Brady She won two Super Bowl rings in New England before moving to Carolina Panthers and Jets. He started his career with Buffalo Bills.
In a 2019 interview with US lacrosse magazine, Hogan said he would be “totally” interested in playing lacrosse again. He said he still has a stick, but he hasn’t worn gloves in eight years.
In 2018, Hogan was reported to have become an investor in the Premier League lacrosse, which consists of eight teams following a recent merger with the Lacrosse League. The entry draft is for players who have never played in PLL.