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Full list of 2021 NFL retirements

2021 NFL retirements

As the offseason continues, more and more players will announce their retirements from the NFL. TGH will track them and keep this list updated as notable players decide to hang it up. Be sure to check back to see who has been added to the list of 2021 NFL retirements.

Here is a full list of 2021 NFL retirements.

Philip Rivers, QB – Indianapolis Colts

Jason Witten, TE – Las Vegas Raiders

Greg Olsen, TE – Seattle Seahawks

Mike Pouncey, C – Los Angeles Chargers

Maurkice Pouncey, C – Pittsburg Steelers

Thomas Davis, LB – Washington Football Team

Antoine Bethea, S – New York Giants

Anthony Castonzo, OT – Indianapolis Colts

Patrick DiMarco, FB – Buffalo Bills

Stephen Hauschka, K – Jacksonville Jaguars

Vance McDonald, TE – Pittsburgh Steelers

Matt Schaub, QB – Atlanta Falcons

Alex Tanney, QB – New York Giants

Mike Iupati, OG – Seattle Seahawks

Drew Brees, QB – New Orleans Saints

Alex Smith, QB – Washington Football Team

Marshal Yanda, OG – Baltimore Ravens

Julian Edelman, WR – New England Patriots

Patrick Sherman, FB – Kansas City Chiefs

Josh Hill, TE – New Orleans Saints

Sean Lee, LB – Dallas Cowboys

Donald Penn, OT – Washington Football Team

Jordan Reed, TE – San Francisco 49ers

Morgan Burnett, S – Cleveland Browns

Tramon Williams, CB – Green Bay Packers

T.J. Ward, S – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Marcus Gilbert, OT – Arizona Cardinals

Taylor Gabriel, WR – Chicago Bears

Tyrone Crawford, DE – Dallas Cowboys

Kyle Love, DT – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Adam Vinatieri, K – Indianapolis Colts

Jonathan Joseph, CB – Arizona Cardinals

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