After a decorated 14-year career, Paul Rabil has announced his retirement from playing professional lacrosse.
Thank you for everything you’ve done for the sport, 99.
BREAKING: Paul Rabil Is Retiring, The GOAT Officially Passes The Torch To The Future Of Lacrosse https://t.co/6zGVzuMj5K
Take a bow, Paul Rabil. The legend has announced that he will be retiring from professional lacrosse.
Paul Rabil's retirement brings an end to one of the most accomplished careers in lacrosse history https://t.co/1rtDBSSMvu
Paul Rabil is announcing his retirement. The midfielder was taken first overall in the MLL draft in 2008 by the Boston Cannons, and the 2021 season with Cannons Lacrosse Club was his last as a player.
This is an era defining moment in professional lacrosse.
BREAKING: Paul Rabil is retiring from lacrosse to focus exclusively on his role as co-founder and chief marketing officer of the Premier Lacrosse League.
"My time has come. After 23 years of playing this beautiful game, I’ve decided to retire."
I'm going to write more at length about this, but Paul Rabil is arguably the most important player in the history of pro outdoor lacrosse.
He should be a unanimous Hall of Fame member five years from today.
Paul Rabil ‘04 announcing his retirement from pro lacrosse.
Real ones remember Paul Rabil’s vlogs
Paul Rabil, Co-Founder Of Professional Lacrosse League, Retiring As Player To Focus On NBCUniversal Renewal, League Expansion https://t.co/7hy2Yhgxcw
The two biggest questions after Paul Rabil announcing his retirement for me:
1. Which active player is now the face of the sport?
2. Who, if any, will catch his 657 points to become the new all-time field points leader?
Paul Rabil is retiring? That was the “big news”? 🙄
Paul Rabil retired. I’m depressed
Longtime men's lacrosse player Paul Rabil retires at 35, will still lead Premier Lacrosse League https://t.co/L4LHkYBWqK
Paul Rabil was in a class of his own at DeMatha. Dude looked like he was gliding on the field. I em enjoyed playing against him