Antwaan Randle El Retires From Pro Football


Another Steeler from the 2005 Super Bowl XL Championship team has retired. Antwaan Randle El is retiring from football after 9 seasons in the NFL, the most recent being 2010. Randle El made his announcement at his football camp Monday in Bloomington.

I recently made the case against Jerome Bettis going to the Hall of Fame, and now James Farrior, Hines Ward, and Antwaan Randle El from the 2005 team are retiring.

Randle El has jobs working as an analyst for the Big 10 Network and the Redskins preseason broadcasts. In his NCAA career, he threw for an Indiana-record 7,469 yards and is second in school history in rushing yards with 3,895, behind only Anthony Thompson.

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