Scott Chandler Believes His Playing Career Could be Over Following Surgery

April 2, 2016 • Ben Heck • AFC East, Features, Front Page, Injuries, New England Patriots, Off-Season

At 30 years old, New England Patriots tight end Scott Chandler believes his NFL playing career very well may be over.

Chandler, who spent the 2015 season with the Patriots after spending the previous five seasons in Buffalo (2010-14), recently had knee surgery that will keep him out of the 2016 season. He took to Facebook, claiming it will “probably keep me from playing again.”

After reading his FB post, it appears as though the 6’7″/270-pound tight end is completely content with the way his career and life is going, and we’ve seen the last of Chandler in the National Football League.

In 90 career games, 39 of which were starts, Chandler has caught 205 passes for 2,379 yards and 21 touchdowns for the Chargers, Cowboys, Bills and Patriots.

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