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4-Time Champion Retires at 29: Former Dallas Cowboys RB Hangs Up His Cleats

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Ex-Dallas Cowboys running back Bo Scarbrough, a four-time champion, has decided to hang up his cleats at the age of 29.

Standing tall at 6-foot-1 and weighing 235 pounds, Scarbrough was known for his formidable presence on the field. He claimed two national titles during his tenure at Alabama.

His standout season was in 2016, where he amassed 812 rushing yards with an impressive average of 6.5 yards per attempt, alongside 11 touchdowns.

In his junior year of 2017, he contributed 596 yards and 8 touchdowns, playing a pivotal role in Alabama’s national championship victory.

Scarbrough made his way to the NFL when the Cowboys selected him in the seventh round, 236th overall, in the 2018 draft.

Despite being released by the Cowboys in the same year, Scarbrough had spells with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Seattle Seahawks.

His career also included periods with the Detroit Lions and Las Vegas Raiders. More recently, Scarbrough competed for the Birmingham Stallions in the USFL, where he was part of the team’s championship wins in 2022 and 2023.

Scarbrough concluded his NFL journey with a total of 408 rushing yards and one touchdown.

In his announcement, Scarbrough reflected, “You can love the game all you want. But at the end of the day, the game can’t love you back because it’s not a person; it’s a ball.”

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