Former Patriots and Raiders defensive end Richard Seymour has made a ton of money during his NFL career, and as he still wades in the currently not-so-crowded free agent waters, he's ready to get out and hang the cleats up.
Seymour, linked recently to the Atlanta Falcons, says that if he can't find a deal to his liking, he'll just retire, and he's very comfortable with that.
There have been offers on the table, but they haven't been good enough for him. On SiriusXM NFL Radio, Seymour said he had no regrets about his career and sounded ready to retire if he didn't get the right offer, saying "so be it" if it's time to move on to another chapter.
Per Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com: ' The Atlanta Falcons have been most closely tied to Seymour, who said Tuesday there was "nothing new to report" on talks with the Falcons. He also called them a "model organization" that he has a "lot of respect for." A deal might no...