Report: Dan Morgan Retires

Dan Morgan is calling it a career.  The Times-Picayune had the story.

Linebacker Dan Morgan has decided to retire, according to a press release from the Saints on Monday afternoon. Morgan, who signed with the Saints March 11 as a free agent, played in the NFL for seven seasons, all with the Carolina Panthers.

Morgan missed the final 13 games of 2007 with a partial tear of an Achilles tendon, and had battled through other injuries in recent seasons.

“When we signed Dan, he was committed to making a fresh start, and he was making every effort to rehabilitate the leg injury that he suffered last year,” Coach Sean Payton said in the team’s statement. “But it wasn’t responding as well as he had hoped it would. We wish him well in his continued recovery, and he will be remembered for the excellent player he was during his career.”

My thanks to Markbm62 from the Fan Sided Forums for the scoop.

Topics: Carolina Panthers, Dan Morgan, New Orleans Saints, Retires

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  • Danny

    WOW AND HE JUST STARTED WITH Saints
    He a good Player

  • James

    I hope they let him retire as a Panther