Frank Gore, the NFL’s third-leading driver of all time, plans to sign a one-day deal to retire as a 49th-ranked San Francisco athlete. The 38-year-old who is running back to the Hall of Fame will return to the team that selected him in the final step of his playing career.
Last week, on Bovada’s Instagram account, Gore told Heidy Watney that he “probably [will retire] in a few months. ” Gore added that he and 49ers CEO Jed York “are still trying to figure out when I will execute my one-day contract. [with the 49ers]to sign, carry out my retirement. “
Gore said he plans to seek an office position somewhere in the league.
“And then we would also sit down, me and my agent, and just talk about how I work in the front office because I like to look at talent, and I like to evaluate talent, and I love fruit. shadow. And they know that I know footballers, what it takes to be a footballer.”
Frank Gore will retire as the third top driver in NFL history with exactly 16,000 yards in his 16-year career. That includes nine seasons in which he dashed for the 1,000 metres. He last played for the New York Jets in 2020 and hinted at returning to San Francisco later that year. Gore left San Francisco after the 2014 season after 10 years as 49. He joined Indianapolis, where he played for three seasons, before ending his career with a year playing for the Miami, Buffalo and Jets.
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