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Anquan Boldin Says Events In Charlottesville Prompted His Retirement“My passion for the advocacy work that I do outweighs my passion for football at this point,” he said. 
Zach Orr Ends Comeback Attempt After Teams Refuse To Clear HimFormer Baltimore Ravens linebacker Zach Orr announced the end of his comeback attempt.
'The Pride of Maryland' In Horse Racing Is Officially RetiringEleven may seem young to retire. But not when you're a race horse and not when you've won more than $2.6 million in your career.
Zachary Orr Has Decided To Come Out Of RetirementRyan Mink of the Baltimore Ravens Digital Media Team joined Ed and Rob to talk about Zachary Orr deciding to come out of retirement and continue his NFL career.
Mike Vick, Steve Smith, Justin Forsett Ready For RetirementMichael Vick, Steve Smith and Justin Forsett are adjusting to their post-NFL careers in different ways.
Longtime Orioles Radio Announcer Fred Manfra RetiresLongtime Baltimore Orioles radio announcer Fred Manfra called his last game on Sunday, bringing an end to a 25-year run with the Orioles.
Phelps Says He Has No Plans To Return To CompetitionMichael Phelps pumped his right fist upon completing the final leg for the winning relay team ahead of Australian great Grant Hackett on Saturday.
Jay Cutler Retires From NFL To Become Sports BroadcasterThe decision comes a month after Tony Romo retired from the Cowboys to join CBS Sports as its lead NFL game analyst beginning with the 2017-2018 NFL season.
Former Ravens RB Justin Forsett Announces Retirement From NFLFormer Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett announced his retirement from the NFL.
Former No. 1 Overall Pick Jake Long Announces Retirement From NFL"Although my heart and mind still want to play, my body is telling me something completely different," wrote Long.
Steve Smith Says Goodbye After Modest GameSmith's family is his focus now — that and indulging his taste for Rocky Road ice cream.
A Look Back At Steve Smith's Time As A Baltimore RavenThe 37-year-old is one of 11 players in NFL history with at least 1,000 catches and 14,000 yards and leads Baltimore's receivers with five TD catches this season.

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