Chad Henne announces his retirement after Super Bowl
Long-time veteran and Kanas City Chiefs backup QB Chad Henne announced on his Instagram after the Super Bowl that he would be retiring from the NFL.
Henne played 15 seasons in the NFL and, despite never starting three or more games since 2014, made nearly $40 million in his career. Henne showed his abilities as a backup QB multiple times with the Chiefs, including against the Browns in the 2020-21 playoffs and again in the 2022-23 playoffs against the Jaguars. With two Super Bowl rings, 13,290 passing yards and 60 touchdowns under his belt, Henne steps aside at the age of 37, putting the Chiefs uniquely back into the QB market.