“Hitman” has delivered his last hit.

Former Michigan star and New England Patriots linebacker David Harris announced his retirement after 11 seasons in the NFL.

“After 11 years of having played the greatest team sport at its highest level,” Harris wrote in a statement released by Sportstars, “it’s now time for me to announce my retirement from the NFL.”

Harris, a first-team All-B1G selection on that loaded 2006 Michigan squad, spent 10 seasons with the New York Jets before signing with the Patriots in 2017.

The Jets gave Harris a fond farewell:

The Grand Rapids, Mich. native was as steady as they come. He started in 127 games from 2009-16, during which he only missed one game due to injury. In his final season, he started six games for the Patriots.

Harris finished his career with 1,109 tackles, six interceptions and 36.5 sacks in 164 games.

The former second-round pick also earned one second-team All-Pro nod back in 2009.