Lee Brennan has quit the Tyrone senior football panel.
BBC Northern Ireland reports that the 23-year-old took the decision due to a lack of game time this year.
Brennan made just two appearances for Tyrone during this year's National League.
He was named on the bench for the Ulster Championship preliminary round win against Derry earlier this month but did not feature in the game.
Lee Brennan pulling out of the Tyrone senior set up is baffling. This is happening all to often with our forwards every year. These young exciting players are maybe fed up with the commitment it takes to get a starting jersey and not satisfied to be used as subs in big games.
— Owen Mulligan (@owen_mulligan) May 20, 2019
Brennan's departure comes in addition to that of Ronan O'Neill. He left the panel in March, reportedly for the same reason.
Brennan made an appearance off the bench in last year's All-Ireland final against Dublin, playing 30 minutes.
Tyrone play Antrim in an Ulster quarter-final this Saturday.
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