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Travis Frederick Retires From the NFL

One of the NFL’s best centers is retiring from football. Travis Frederick, the center for the Dallas Cowboys, has decided to call it a career at the age of 29. He released a statement on social media to announce his retirement.

Frederick played six seasons for the Cowboys after being drafted in the first round in 2013. The center was diagnosed with Guillan-Barre syndrome, which caused him to miss the 2018 season.  He returned to the lineup and made the Pro Bowl last season. He made five Pro Bowls and was named an All-Pro one time.

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