NFL players who could retire after the 2023 season
One day, each and every professional sports player will retire. In 2023, these 30 NFL players may be playing their last season.
Duane Brown, LT, Jets To protect Aaron Rodgers' blindside in New York, Brown will play his 15th season in the NFL this year.
Calais Campbell, DL, Falcons Campbell, who is now 37 years old, has played some of his finest games in his thirties.
Randall Cobb, WR, Jets
Cobb moved to New York to be closer to his pal Aaron Rodgers, who he played with for the Packers.
Mason Crosby, PK, Packers
Crosby, who will play in his 39th NFL season, is among the league's oldest players.
Aaron Donald, DT, Rams
After an injury-plagued 2022 season, many assumed Donald would retire in the offseason, but the regular Pro Bowler is back.
Fletcher Cox, DT, Eagles
Cox continues to play at a high level, recording seven sacks for the Eagles last season. He and the team came close to winning the Super Bowl last year.
Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Patriots
Elliott's performance with the Cowboys last season was a far cry from his previous years with the team.
Denver Broncos hire Super Bowl champion head coach Sean Payton to revive franchise after 5-12 season and 7-year playoff drought.
Robbie Gould, PK, Free Agent
Since San Francisco no longer needs him, Gould is sitting on the bench, hoping for a second chance.