Posted July 03, 2012 on chi.scout.com
Injuries play some role in many retirement decisions but inertia in the market is a bigger reason why once-coveted players such as Plaxico Burress, Cadillac Williams, Roy Williams and Jeremy Shockey don’t have jobs with training camps approaching.
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