It seems another Falcons veteran is retiring from football. Earlier in the offseason, Lee Smith announced he was stepping away from the game; now, Duron Harmon is seemingly following his former teammate’s lead into life after football.
Looks like Duron Harmon potentially retiring and joining a marketing agency ? Was a solid player in NE and DET! Heck of a career! pic.twitter.com/zqrFUFsdhK
— 7s Damski (@Damski32) February 22, 2022
Harmon finishes his NFL career after nine seasons with the Patriots, Lions, and Falcons. He played in 144 games, totaling 21 interceptions, 38 passes defended, and 315 tackles.
For the Falcons, Harmon played in all 18 games and totaled two interceptions, five pass breakups, 67 tackles, two tackles for loss, and allowed catches on 69% of targets. I had high hopes for Harmon when Atlanta acquired him, but he ended up being a mediocre performer for the defense in 2021.
The post comes from The Brand Architects, which is a marketing agency. Their mission statement reads, “Our goal is to provide publicity, branding, marketing, and business management services for professional athletes and entertainers. We execute these services by relying on integrity, professionalism, and loyalty to our clients.”
They offer brand integration, social media management, building partnerships and relationships, non-profit/charity management, and a bevy of other services. Harmon will join the team of experts in marketing, lifestyle, and communications as he begins the next chapter of his life.