While most of us are spending our day watching football, an NFL vet is calling it quits.
Seems a fitting day for one big extra-lengthy Thank You. (1-4 of 7) pic.twitter.com/g6EvjMZKCy— Jacob Tamme (@JacobTamme) November 23, 2017
The Colts drafted Tamme in the fourth-round of 2008 draft and he played four seasons in Indianapolis before signing with the Broncos. There, he teamed up with Peyton Manning before finishing out his final two years with the Falcons.
Tamme won't be a Hall of Famer or a name the common fan will probably remember, but he had a solid career. He was a tough-nosed player who seemed very respected by his players and coaches alike.