Pharoh Cooper Retires from NFL

Former South Carolina Gamecock standout Pharoh Cooper has officially announced his retirement from the NFL. In a heartfelt message shared on social media, Cooper expressed his gratitude for being able to live out his childhood dream of playing professional football.

Cooper began his football career at South Carolina, where he played from 2013 to 2015. Despite being recruited as a defensive back, he made a name for himself as a talented wide receiver under coach Steve Spurrier. Throughout his college career, Cooper scored 24 touchdowns and earned multiple accolades, including being named offensive MVP in a bowl game.

In the 2016 NFL Draft, Cooper was selected by the Los Angeles Rams in the fourth round. He quickly made an impact in the league, showcasing his skills as a dynamic playmaker. Cooper went on to play for several teams, including the Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers, Cincinnati Bengals, and New York Giants.

As he bids farewell to football, Cooper expresses his gratitude to his family, friends, and fans for their unwavering support throughout his career. His contributions to the game will not be forgotten, and his legacy as a talented player will live on in the hearts of football fans everywhere.