Chris Hogan Left Lacrosse. A League Has Given Him, and Others, a Path Back.

The former N.F.L. wide receiver has joined the Premier Lacrosse League, where pros in other sports have found opportunities on the field.

In high school, Chris Hogan didn’t see a path forward in lacrosse.

He played three years at Penn State, but with his final year approaching he had a decision to make; try to continue playing lacrosse or pursue a football career.

Hogan ended up with a near decade-long professional football career and two Super Bowls. At the end of his run in the N.F.L., an opportunity that didn’t exist when he was in college was suddenly an option.

The Premier Lacrosse League, a league operating under a touring model that plays

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