Which NFL player is most likely to retire this offseason?
A list of NFL players who are likely to leave the league in 2018.
The list is by no means complete, but it gives a good idea of the types of players who could be interested in retiring, according to ESPN’s Rob Rang.
Rang notes that there are some players who aren’t quite sure what to do with their playing careers.
“There’s players like Tony Romo, for example,” Rang said.
“There’s a lot of guys who are on the fence.
I think a lot are just trying to figure out where their career is going.”
While Romo and others like Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tom Brady and Brandon Weeden have already decided they don’t want to continue playing, there are a few players that could decide to retire.
For example, Rang notes one player who might consider retiring is former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell, who was released by the team in October of last year.
Bell has a contract through 2020, but he is reportedly in the process of negotiating a new deal.
On the other hand, there is a lot more interest in former Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith, who signed a two-year contract with the Denver Broncos on Monday.
Smith is a member of the Ravens, but is currently unsigned and has not yet announced his retirement plans.
He has had some success with the Broncos in the past.
He caught 73 passes for 991 yards and eight touchdowns in his first two seasons.
Another veteran that could consider retirement is former NFL running back Adrian Peterson.
Peterson signed a five-year, $100 million contract with Detroit in November of 2018, but his career has been limited to two seasons and one game with the Vikings.
He is not the type of player who would want to retire from the NFL and would like to pursue a new career, but the contract he signed with Detroit is not an option for him either.
Finally, there could be a player who could retire in 2019 or 2020 that might want to be an example for young kids who want to follow in his footsteps.
In an article published on ESPN’s website, former NFL defensive tackle Kahlil Bell wrote that he could retire after his 20th season.
The 31-year-old Bell has been a part of the Seattle Seahawks since 2007, and he played at the University of Oregon for seven seasons.
He was selected in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Seattle Raiders.
However, Bell had some trouble staying healthy over the past few seasons, suffering from a number of injuries throughout his career.
Bell said in an interview with ESPN in 2018 that he did not feel he had been able to reach his full potential.
One thing that could make it harder for Bell to retire is that he is a popular player, and the Seahawks are in a good position to make a decision on Bell’s future.
There are a lot other players who have had a lot to do and say about their career, and there could certainly be a lot in the pipeline for those players to consider retirement.
ESPN’s Rob Carr is a featured columnist for ESPN The Magazine.