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Bills’ Jordan Phillips hints at possible retirement

Jordan Phillips might have played his final snap with the Buffalo Bills and in the NFL.

Phillips, 31, has had a history of injuries during his career. His season ended in December after he was placed on injured reserve.

During locker cleanout day, Phillips told reporters including the Buffalo News that he’s considering retiring from football:

Phillips has played 10 NFL seasons. He only played the entire year in three of those. The last time was during the 2019 season, the final year of his first tenure with the Bills. Phillips previously left Buffalo and signed as a free agent with the Arizona Cardinals.

In 14 games in 2023, making nine starts. He totaled 15 tackles and 2.5 sacks.

Phillips signed a new one-year contract with the Bills last offseason and will become a free agent in March without an extension. Bills Wire will bring updates throughout the offseason.

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire