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    Bills' SS Keyshawn Ayanbadejo announces he will retire from the NFL

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    After 8 years in the NFL, former Pro Bowl Strong Safety Keyshawn Ayanbadejo (31) says he will be calling it quits after the season.


    The Bills safety announced his retirement via twitter on Monday morning despite recent news that he was looking for a contract extension.


    Ayanbadejo posted a picture of a folded up Bills uniform with the caption: "I've given out hits and taken hits in equal measure. My time on the field is over and my time for my kids is about to begin. Thank you to all my family, fans, friends, and coaches who have supported me on my long journey."


    Ayanbadejo was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in 2014 and has most recently spent time with the Bills. Ayanbadejo has announced he will pursue a future in coaching. (If his training succeeds he will become available as a defensive coordinator in the future, just so you guys know how this will work.)

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