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According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, former Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Marc Colombo signed a one day contract on Friday to retire as a Cowboy. “My time here was the majority of my career,” said Colombo, who joined the team in 2005 and was the starting right tackle from 2006-10. “I feel like this place made me the football player I always wanted to be. It’s just an amazing place with an unbelievable owner. To be able to play at other places, you realize there’s nothing like being a Cowboy.” Colombo played last season for the Miami Dolphins after being cut by the Cowboys.  He  has now decided to call it career at the age of 33.
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