Former Chicago Bears wide receiver Taylor Gabriel announces he is retiring after six seasons in the NFL from an undrafted free agent to the league.
Gabriel announced his retirement on his social media platforms with a photo of him relaxing on a float in the pool, accompanied by the word “Retired.”
The Bears released Gabriel back in early 2020; Gabriel then opted out of the 2020season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taylor James Gabriel, the wide receiver, started his career back in 2014, where he played with the Cleveland Browns. He spent two beautiful seasons with them.
The following two seasons, we’re played with the Atlanta Falcons – where he played in Super Bowl LI, and the Falcons lost to the New England Patriots 34-28 in an overtime game!
His final journey commenced two years later when he added his skills to the Chicago Bears, signing a two-year deal.
Gabriel had whopping 96 catches for 1,041 yards and six touchdowns in his two seasons with the Bears, and this was by far the most productive of all his seasons, where he caught 67 passes for 688 yards and two touchdowns back in 2018.
He then became a free agent in 2020, which brings him to his final decision today; his fans have shown massive respect to his retirement plans, to all that called him Turbo, he will be sorely missed.