Greg Olsen is retiring after 14 seasons in the NFL.
35-year-old Olsen announced his retirement on FOX's NFC Championship Game pre-game show, and confirmed he will begin working for the network in 2021. The No. 31 overall pick of the 2007 Draft, Olsen was inconsistent his first few years in the league under Bears OCs Ron Turner and Mike Martz. A 2011 trade to Carolina and Cam Newton immediately turned him into an All-Pro-type player, one who made three Pro Bowls and caught a whopping 742 career passes. That total is fifth all time amongst tight ends. It would have been much higher if not for a spate of late-career foot issues, injuries that limited him to 41 games over the past four years. That, of course, is the nature of football. Olsen will probably end up on the outside looking in of the Hall-of-Fame, but he should at least generate some discussion. Jan 24 2:22 pm (EST)
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