The Green Bay Packers lost tight end Robert Tonyan to free agency. The five-year veteran signed with the Chicago Bears, whom he grew up cheering for as a native of Illinois. On Sunday morning, he posted an emotional farewell to the Packers organization and fans.
Former Green Bay Packers Tight End Robert Tonyan Says Farewell
Tonyan posted the following message on his Instagram:
We'll miss you #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/NRLCaGfMKv
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“I just wanted to express my Love and Gratitude to the people of Green Bay who have supported me through this chapter of my career. It has been an honor to represent the G.
To the fans, thank you for always showing out no matter the location. Your unwavering support of the players never went unnoticed.
“I have so many memories over the last 5 years that I will always cherish.
“I have met so many great people in this chapter and have developed relationships that will last a lifetime.
“I have been blessed to be apart of such a great locker room and learn from some of the best to do it.
“The appreciation I have for my time in GB is filled with all sorts of emotions but I will always be so thankful for the people who were consistent and real.
Stay Humble. Be Grateful.”
Tonyan ends his time in Green Bay with 137 receptions for 1,437 yards and 17 touchdowns. In 2020, he tied the franchise record for most touchdown receptions in a season by a tight end (11).
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