Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle, Chris Hoke announced today that he will retire, according to ESPN’S Adam Schefter.
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Hoke signed with the Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2001, but was inactive throughout his first three years in the league. His best season was in 2004 when he had 24 tackles and one sack after taking over the starting role as a result to an injury to Casey Hampton. He won two Super Bowl titles with the Steelers, and will end his career with 83 tackles and two sacks.