"Eric Weddle only played three of his 13 seasons in Baltimore, but the six-time Pro Bowl safety still considers himself a Raven. Weddle played his first nine seasons with the San Diego Chargers, then announced his retirement last week following one year with the Los Angeles Rams.
ESPN "The Los Angeles Rams' defense could appear drastically different going into next season as the unit undergoes arguably its biggest makeover since Sean McVay became coach three years ago. Gone is veteran defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, who came to L.A. in 2017 with McVay...." February 13
Yahoo! Sports "Safety Eric Weddle’s Twitter post announcing his retirement didn’t include any discussion of why he was choosing to walk away from the game, but he has since expanded on the reasons for the decision. Weddle said 2019 was “a long season” that he..." February 10
"Safety Eric Weddle's career has ended after 13 NFL seasons.
The six-time Pro Bowler announced his retirement Thursday on Twitter:
It's been REAL
Yahoo! Sports "Safety Eric Weddle isn’t sure whether he’ll be playing again in 2020 or not and one of the issues he has to weigh before making that call is how he’s doing physically. Weddle said he has “some things that I need to get fixed if I even..." January 08
Orange County Register "Eric Weddle left the Coliseum field with tears in his eyes as he talked with players on both teams and posed for pictures, a veteran football warrior knowing the Rams’ victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday this probably was his last battle. The popular free safety..." December 30
The Score "After Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens dominated the Los Angeles Rams in a 45-6 win on Monday Night Football, longtime safety - and former Raven - Eric Weddle verbalized what the final box score showed. "I kid you not," the..." November 27
ESPN "The Los Angeles Rams' Monday Night Football matchup with the Baltimore Ravens is a critical game for the 6-4 Rams, who desperately need a win to remain in the playoff hunt one season after appearing in Super Bowl LIII. But don't expect the circumstances to..." November 21
USA Today "When Antonio Brown declared his NFL playing days over last weekend, he went full scorched-earth and followed the initial post with since-deleted shots at the league and Patriots owner Robert Kraft. The aggressive tweeting continued Thursday..." September 27
CBC Sports "Antonio Brown took a four-day hiatus from social media before reemerging hours before Thursday Night Football. The pattern of Brown's social media presence is noticeable as the former All-Pro wide receiver seems to log on to social media on the day of a NFL game, as evidenced by his..." September 26
Pro Football Talk "The Rams are set to have safety Eric Weddle in the lineup against the Saints this Sunday. Weddle suffered a concussion when he took a knee to the head during last Sunday’s win over the Panthers. He made steady progress through the concussion protocol over the..." September 14
Sporting News "The Rams believe Eric Weddle will be on the field Sunday. The 34-year-old safety has been in concussion protocol this week. However, Los Angeles coach Sean McVay said he's expecting Weddle to play against the Saints in Week 2. " September 11
USA Today "There was plenty of concern about Los Angeles Rams safety Eric Weddle after he left the game in the first half. He took a knee to the head and suffered a laceration on his head, which left Weddle’s face bloodied as he was taken off the field. He was evaluated for a concussion..." September 09
Sportsnaut "Los Angeles Rams safety Eric Weddle took a knee to the head during Sunday’s game against Carolina, and the aftermath was extremely scary to see. As shared by Lakisha Jackson Wesseling of NFL.com, Weddle was bleeding freely from his head wound. " September 08