Texas A&M broke the news that Walk-Online backer Aidan Shinano, who recently moved from Rice in January, is medically retiring from football after suffering multiple concussions after announcing the decision Thursday night. received. He also revealed his plans to officially retire from the game.
On Friday, Josh Bankhead, who was set to enter his fourth season with the program, announced via Twitter that his time on the ballpark was over, stating:
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“After three concussions and several back injuries, I have medically decided to retire from the game of football. Don’t miss it.All of it.In the end,I have to trust that God has a plan for me and I have to keep believing in it.”
Health always comes first when assessing the football future of players of all levels. For Bankhead, figuring out the next chapter in his life is all that matters now. For the Aggies, the depth of both guard positions took a noticeable hit, even though Bankhead missed the majority of spring football practices. , will surely impress all Aggie fans who read it.
“Dear @aggiefootball, for the memories with Kyle, the laughter, the encouragement, the wild nights, the teammates and most importantly the opportunity to further my athletic career and the opportunity to receive the best possible education. I love and appreciate all the staff working at Bright Football Complex, from the head coaches to the support staff, for doing everything they can to build good relationships and make a positive impact on the lives of everyone within the organization. I came to Texas A&M because I wanted to leave it in better shape than I found it.”
Good luck on your next adventure, Josh! And as always, Gig ‘Em!