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This is absolutely insane, especially this close to the season beginning.

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Luck announcing his retirement.
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This is crazy. I am so surprised that he retired
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Shame what injuries can do to a career, hope he enjoys his retirement
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This is a madness
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I think players are starting to realize how dangerous football is and are content to leave once they have enough financial stability.
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After watching a couple of his interviews I can understand why he retired so early. Hes not having fun being hurt all the time. I hope he recovers as much as possible and comes back later down the road
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I thought this was an insane decision, but I don't blame him. 29 years old several injuries and made a lot of money. The classless fans who booed him are lame though.
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Spencer wroteI thought this was an insane decision, but I don't blame him. 29 years old several injuries and made a lot of money. The classless fans who booed him are lame though.


Couldn't agree more. He got the bag and dipped you can't blame him really
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Spencer wroteI thought this was an insane decision, but I don't blame him. 29 years old several injuries and made a lot of money. The classless fans who booed him are lame though.


Couldn't agree more. He got the bag and dipped you can't blame him really


Exactly, I understand the fans being upset due to him just leaving when they could've had a truly successful season but honestly do you want a life-time of body pain and other injuries that could happen.
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Spencer wrote
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Spencer wroteI thought this was an insane decision, but I don't blame him. 29 years old several injuries and made a lot of money. The classless fans who booed him are lame though.


Couldn't agree more. He got the bag and dipped you can't blame him really


Exactly, I understand the fans being upset due to him just leaving when they could've had a truly successful season but honestly do you want a life-time of body pain and other injuries that could happen.


Yeah I watched a documentary on how a huge majority of NFL players have serious brain trauma. It's really talked about as much as it should be. He's done the right thing in my opinion
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