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Former New England Patriots receiver Chris Hogan is set to make his professional lacrosse debut this weekend.
Watching former receiver Chris Hogan play for New England Patriots, The Carolina Panthers or the New York Jets, you may have heard the broadcaster mention that he played lacrosse in high school and college. Hogan has now retired from the NFL to join the Lacrosse Premier League, where he recently joined the Cannons Lacrosse Club.
Hogan will make his official PLL debut this Saturday when the Cannons LC take on the Whipsnakes Lacrosse Club at 12pm ET on NBC.
Former Patriots Receiver Chris Hogan To Debut Pro Lacrosse This Saturday
Hogan tried playing Cannons LC after he was not selected for the PLL project earlier this year. June 1 former NFL swing officially formed a club composition of 25 people to start the season.
Hogan last played lacrosse in 2009, playing for the Penn State Nittany Lions. Hogan scored 29 goals in 14 gamesand also has five gears. Hogan will move to Monmouth next season to play football.
Hogan was not selected in the 2011 NFL Draft, where he signed with the San Francisco 49ers, albeit briefly. After a limited time with the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins, Hogan gained popularity at the Buffalo Bills, where he spent most of four years. He then joined the Patriots from 2016 to 2018, where he won two Super Bowl titles.
During his career, Hogan recorded 216 receptions for 2,795 yards and 18 touchdowns. In his last official season in the NFL, he made 14 catches on 118 yards in five games with the Jets.
For those of you looking to see Hogan’s lacrosse debut, watch NBC at noon this Saturday.
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