• 周二. 1月 25th, 2022
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Night net null Lions cornerback Rashean Mathis announced his retirement from the Night net in an interview with Lions.com Tuesday."It's been a long 13 years, a great 13 years. I think it's time for me to hang up the cleats," he said. "The Lord has blessed me with a long career and do great on and off the field, and inside the locker room. And I think it's time." The 35-year-old is probably best known for his days in Jacksonville. He was a second-round pick by the Jaguars in 2003 and played with the team until 2012. He was named an All-Pro cornerback in 2006, a season in which he also made the Pro Bowl.MORE: Top Detroit Lions of all time | Lions hoping to sway Calvin Johnson  He holds a lot of defensive franchise records at Jacksonville, including most career interceptions (30), most career interception return yards (512), most career defensive touchdowns (three) and most career passes defended (99). He went to Detroit in 2013 and experienced moderate success. He had just two interceptions in three seasons, although his 2015 campaign was cut short due to injury after just seven games."I’ve been teetering on the fence the last few years," he sa

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id. "I wanted to finish healthy. I wanted to finish on a good note. … I think my last three years in Detroit have been amazing for me. … And being with (head coach Jim) Caldwell the last two years, I couldn’t ask for anything more to go off on a happy ending."Mathis had a respectable career and was able to play longer than most. He also became a household name in Jacksonville but says he enjoyed his time in Detroit just as much.“If my career was to happen again, I would do the same thing,” he said. “It would have been good to finish all 13 years in Jacksonville, but I think experiencing something new in a locker room was a blessing for sure."

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