Tre Boston Returns To North Fort Myers For Jersey Retirement

Surrounded by family, including his 2-year-old son and 3-month-old daughter, was inducted into the North Fort Myers football Hall of Fame and had his No. 6 jersey retired Friday. Could the NFL veteran have imagined this day? "Truthfully, yeah," he said. Boston's foundation benefits Southwest Florida youth and is called Beyond Belief for a reason. (Fort Myers News-Press)

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Tre Boston Returns To North Fort Myers For Jersey Retirement

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