|Apr. 30 8:20 AM PT9:20 AM MT10:20 AM CT11:20 AM ET3:20 PM GMT11:20 PM 北京时间8:20 AM MST10:20 AM EST9:20 AM CT-The oldest active player in the NFL has retired. Feagles announced his retirement Friday after 22 seasons and a league-record 352 consecutive games.
Analysis: The 44-year-old Feagles signed a contract earlier this month to play another season. But he changed his mind in the past week or so, after experiencing some physical problems while getting ready for next season. Feagles has never missed a game in his career. He holds most of the NFL's significant punting records. A member of the Giants for the past seven seasons, Feagles also has played for New England, Philadelphia, Arizona and Seattle.
|Apr. 28 6:37 PM PT7:37 PM MT8:37 PM CT9:37 PM ET1:37 AM GMT9:37 AM 北京时间6:37 PM MST8:37 PM EST7:37 PM CT-The New York Giants announced Wednesday that 44-year-old punter Jeff Feagles is going to hold a news conference on Friday, the first day of a minicamp for rookies and free agents.
Analysis: The team would not say whether Feagles was going to retire, but coach Tom Coughlin disclosed after the NFL draft Saturday that Feagles was having some physical problems and that he would be surprised if the veteran decided to return for a 23rd season. The Giants drafted East Carolina punter Matt Dodge in the seventh round on Saturday as an insurance policy.
|Apr. 24 12:51 PM PT1:51 PM MT2:51 PM CT3:51 PM ET7:51 PM GMT3:51 AM 北京时间12:51 PM MST2:51 PM EST1:51 PM CT-Feagles, the oldest punter in the NFL, is seriously considering retirement. The New York Giants disclosed on Saturday that 44-year-old Feagles told coach Tom Coughlin that he is having second thoughts about returning for a 23rd NFL season.
Analysis: Coughlin says Feagles, who signed a one-year deal April 1, has been working hard to get ready for the upcoming season but some age-related physical problems have left him wondering whether he can compete at the highest level. Coughlin expects Feagles to decide his future next week. The coach says he would be surprised if the punter decides to play.
|Apr. 1 12:20 PM PT1:20 PM MT2:20 PM CT3:20 PM ET7:20 PM GMT3:20 AM 北京时间12:20 PM MST2:20 PM EST1:20 PM CT-The NFL's oldest punter has signed on for another season. Feagles agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Giants on Thursday. He will compete for the job with former Australian rules football player Jy Bond.
Analysis: Feagles has never missed a game in his 22-year career and holds most of the NFL's significant punting records. He has spent the last seven seasons with the Giants and also played for New England, Philadelphia, Arizona and Seattle. He has a 41.6-yard career gross average and a 35.9-yard net average. Feagles has played in an NFL-record 352 consecutive games. Only kickers Gary Anderson and Morten Andersen have played in more games overall in their careers.