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It looks like the three-week retirement of James Harrison will be short-lived, as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Monday night that Harrison is meeting with the Steelers and is expected to sign with the team shortly.
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She nearly went out on top. A little more than a month after winning her first Grand Slam title in 47 attempts — the most ever GS appearances before obtaining a title — French tennis player Marion Bartoli surprised assembled media, and even un-assembled media, by suddenly retiring from the sport. Video after the jump.
Ron Artest, or Metta World Peace, or whatever you want to call him, has seemingly retired. He took to Twitter last night to inform the world of his decision, which comes after he was amnestied by the Los Angeles Lakers. Let’s see what Artest had to say.
Mariano Rivera Will Announce His Retirement Following This Season, So Let’s Talk About When Players Should Announce Their Retirement
When Mariano Rivera tore his ACL last season shagging fly balls, there was a moment when we all assumed his hallowed career had come to an unceremonious end; no playoffs, no glitz, no glory. Just a guy holding his knee in the outfield and mercifully fading into the background. Rivera came back, however, and was not quite ready to hang it up. Not that he isn’t close.
At her peak in 2011, Canadian tennis player Rebecca Marino was ranked No. 38 in the world and made it to the third round of the French Open. But earlier today, she released a statement announcing her retirement from the game.
Ray Lewis Announced His Retirement Early So He Could Bask In The Glory Of Other People Celebrating Him
Four days before the Baltimore Ravens opening round playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts, Ray Lewis announced that he was retiring after the season. The news cued an onslaught of praise upon praise upon praise, with Lewis lapping up the rewards of 17 years of tackles and dancing and preaching. And now that he’s in the Super Bowl, retiring off into the sunset, it’s all gone to plan.
Ray Lewis To Retire At Season’s End, Ending 17 Years Of Hitting You In The Mouth And Shouting About It
Ray Lewis, man of the motivational word, is retiring at the conclusion of this season. Though he returned to practice on December 5th in anticipation of his return from a torn triceps injury suffered earlier in the season, it is unclear as to whether or not he will play against the Indianapolis Colts this Sunday in the AFC Wild Card round.