Former Jets defensive lineman Mike Devito has announced he will retire.
Time to hang up the cleats! Thank you so much #Jets and #ChiefsKingdom for always having my back! For the full story:https://t.co/KKh3eBYtsW— Michael DeVito (@MikeDeVito70) April 11, 2016
The Jets signed Devito as an undrafted free agent out of Maine in 2007. In the years that followed, he worked his way onto the roster and eventually the starting lineup, becoming a top notch run defender. He played so well that the Jets eventually could not afford him, and Mike signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013. Considering the Jets also got Darrelle Revis and David Harris from that 2007 Draft class, it was quite a haul. Congrats to Mike on a stellar career and best of luck in the future.
A true role model, and an even truer friend. Happy retirement my brother.— Mike Catapano (@MikeCatapano77) April 11, 2016
PS give his story a read.... #TrueMan https://t.co/fltl1ulAbu