Former Rams CB Donte Deayon retires from NFL

For the second time this week, a former member of the Los Angeles Rams is retiring from the NFL. Cornerback Donte Deayon, who spent three years with the Rams from 2019-2021, is retiring at the age of 29 after playing six years in the NFL.

Deayon was part of the Rams team that won the Super Bowl last February, playing two games that postseason. Including the playoffs, he played 16 total games in his Rams career, recording three pass breakups and 34 tackles.

Deayon originally joined the Rams practice squad in 2018 after he was cut by the Giants, who he spent the first three years of his career with. He made his Rams debut in the 2019 season.

Below is his retirement announcement, which is a letter he sent to Commissioner Roger Goodell.

Story originally appeared on Rams Wire