Veteran WR Derrick Mason Says He’s Retiring at Seasons End

15 year veteran wide receiver Derrick Mason is going to retire per Aaron Wilson of Profootball.scout.com. A two-time Pro Bowl selection, Mason caught 943 career passes for 12,061 yards and 66 touchdowns.

He played for the Titans, Ravens, Jets and the Texans. “I’m done,” Mason told Wilson in a telephone interview “I won’t be playing football. I only knew one play to play football, going all-out and having fun out there.”

Mason, 37, caught 19 passes for 170 yards this season with the Jets and Texans after being cut by the Ravens prior to training camp.


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