Former NFL player Brandon Boykin is moving back home in his hometown of Tampa, Florida, after spending four years in the NFL.
Boykin, 32, told ESPN he has been looking forward to the change of scenery.
Boykin said he and his family, including his son, are in the process of moving to a new house.
“It’s going to be perfect,” Boykin said.
Boykins, who was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2007, spent four years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and played five seasons in the league.
The Bucs released Boykin in May.
When he returned to the NFL in 2010, Boykin was drafted in the fourth round by the Tampa Jaguars and spent his first four seasons with the team.
He spent five seasons with Jacksonville before joining the Pittsburgh Titans.
A former linebacker for the Houston Texans, Boykins played in the AFC South for three seasons before joining Tampa Bay.
As Boykin’s contract expired, he returned home to his hometown.
I’m not worried about my future. “
It’s about me.
I’m not worried about my future.
I’ve got a job to do.
The people that have helped me the most, I’ve grown up with and have been able to support them, so it’s just really important that I stay involved in what they do.”