Chris Hogan put his lacrosse stick to rest when he graduated from Penn State in 2010. With a year of eligibility left, he played a season of football at Monmouth University, made it to the NFL and has never looked back, but this weekend, Chris had a chance to live out a professional lacrosse dream.
Before the New England Black Wolves game on Friday night, Chris penned his name to a brand new contract -- a one day deal and a spot as an honorary captain. Chris attended the pro lacrosse game, where he received a custom jersey and got a front row seat to all the action.
He met with players and the Black Wolves General Manager Rich Lisk, and while Chris said it was a great time to get out and be part of the team, he doesn't see himself giving up football for lacrosse again any time soon.
Even though Bill Belichick is a big lacrosse fan himself, we're sure he's happy to have Chris giving up his contract with the New England Black Wolves to return to the Gillette Stadium field.
Lacrosse will be following Chris back to Foxborough when Gillette Stadium hosts the 2017 NCAA Men's and Women's Lacrosse Championships in May. Don't miss the action and get your tickets here.