Four-time Pro Bowl guard Josh Sitton announced his retirement Wednesday through the Green Bay Packers, his club from 2008-15.
Sitton, 33, earned three of his Pro Bowl selections (2012, 2014-15) with the Packers while starting 112 of 121 games played. He also made the Pro Bowl with the Chicago Bears (2016).
Sitton played two seasons with the Bears, and his final campaign with the Miami Dolphins in 2018 ended after one game due to a torn rotator cuff.
The Dolphins released Sitton in March.
Sitton played in 13 postseason games for the Packers, including the franchise's Super Bowl XLV win over the Pittsburgh Steelers following the 2010 regular season.
Sitton played in 148 total NFL games (138 starts), and stated 25 of 26 games in his two seasons with the Bears.
--Field Level Media