Veteran offensive lineman Matt Slauson declared his retirement from the on Wednesday.

Within an Instagram article, Slauson thanked the team mates he played and the coaches that”left me better on and off the field” throughout his 10-season career spent four teams.

Slauson started at right guard for its Indianapolis Colts last season during Week 5 until a busted back ended his season. Slauson played in that Week 5 match against the New England Patriots using just two fractured vetebrae in his spine. He was diagnosed with the accident and coach called him”tough as nails.”

The offensive protector signed a contract together using the Colts last March.

He began his career with the New York Jets in 2010 and also played for its Chicago Bears, Chargers and Colts, starting all 113 games he appeared in throughout his career.

He had been drafted by the Jets in the sixth round (193rd overall) of this 2009 draft later playing his college career at Nebraska.

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