Baltimore Ravens' guard Marshal Yanda has decided to retire, according to a report by ESPN's Jamison Hensley.
Ravens Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda has decided to retire and will make an announcement this week, a league source said. Yanda, 35, is one of three guards in NFL history to earn at least eight Pro Bowls as a guard and win a Super Bowl.— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) March 10, 2020
Yanda, a 2007 Draft pick by the Ravens, will retire a Raven for life, having played 13 seasons in the NFL and being selected to the Pro Bowl for eight of those seasons.
The Ravens confirmed the report by tweeting out a thank you video to Yanda.
Forever a Raven.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 10, 2020
After 13 incredible seasons, Marshal Yanda is calling it a career. pic.twitter.com/rMCIfJZoFm
Following, the Ravens announced via Twitter that Yanda will officially retire at an 11 a.m. press conference Wednesday.
We will hold a press conference tomorrow at 11 a.m. for Marshal Yanda to officially retire. He will be joined by Eric DeCosta, Ozzie Newsome and John Harbaugh.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 10, 2020
You can watch the press conference live on our website, mobile app and Facebook page. pic.twitter.com/3YmT4xH6IV
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