Scott Fujita Retiring From Football After 11 Seasons
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Scott Fujita Retiring From Football After 11 Seasons

Scott Fujita has been a very good football player for many years since being drafted in the 5th round by the Chiefs way back in 2002, but has been battling a neck injury he suffered during the week 5 game last season while with the Browns. He was placed on season ending injured reserve shortly after that injury and is possibly looking to have surgery in the near future.

He’s also an unrestricted free agent, and with him not getting any bites, its likely pushed him to this decision.

More people will probably remember Fujita for his part in the Bounty-Gate scandal with the Saints last year which is a shame because he is, by all accounts, a standup guy on and off the field.

He finishes his career with 11 forced fumbles, 23.5 sacks and 7 interceptions.

 

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