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Rolando McClain’s time in the NFL and more recently the Baltimore Ravens, has not gone as planned.
McClain has retired from the NFL to get his life together after legal problems off the field have taken over the forefront of his mind.
McClain’s college coach Nick Saban told the Baltimore Sun that McClain is doing right by Baltimore by retiring at this time.
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