New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman will have to answer some questions about his retirement. The veteran hasn’t really made an official decision, but one of his tweets shocked fans. Yes, Edelman will have to clear up what he was trying to say with his tweet. The Patriots nation is super worried right now. Diehard fans are panicking.
The Patriots wide receiver reacted to a story about his presence on social media. Edelman is really active and Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is not really angry about it. Belichick has never discussed Edelman’s posts on social media. He didn’t criticize his star wide receiver. When it comes to posts, Edelman’s most recent tweet came like a shock to us all. Edelman delivered an emotional message to Boston.
“Boston I love you,” the wide receiver wrote. “You’ve weighed on my and my family’s mind for a long time! #gottabelieve.”
Julian Edelman has yet to confirm his retirement
This tweet may have nothing to do with Edelman’s retirement. The story he reacted to is in no way related to his future with the Patriots. But, some people were a bit uncomfortable with it. Is there any chance for Edelman to call it career?
The wideout brought his season to an end in October. He didn’t play in any of the final games for the team. First, Edelman underwent surgery to repair his knee and then ended up on injured reserve. The Patriots also placed him on the reserve/COVID-19 list. He did return to the practice field but didn’t play any games. Will Edelman leave the Patriots in the offseason? Will he retire at this point in his career? There are so many questions out there. Edelman should definitely make himself clear. He has to do that, otherwise, fans won’t stop coming up with theories and predictions.
Maybe the tweet was just related to his tenure with the Patriots. Maybe Edelman considers joining another team in the NFL. Patriots fans can’t handle the idea of seeing another player leave New England. Watching Tom Brady go was really hard. Gronk came out of his retirement to play with Brady in Tampa Bay.