Super Bowl 50 champ Agib Talib has announced his retirement from the NFL. "Aqib Talib is officially retired, and I'm bringing my talents to the booth," the cornerback says in a video posted on Twitter. "Football gave me so much in life." The 34-year-old free agent goes on to say he turned down one last offer from the Patriots because he "wasn't feeling it."
Talib, who joined the league in 2008 when he was drafted by the Buccaneers, went on to spend one-third of his 12-year career in a Broncos uniform, making the Pro Bowl in each season he played in Denver. In his final season, he was limited to just five games as a member of the Los Angeles Rams after he suffered a rib injury. Talib was traded to the Dolphins in late October, although he never actually played for the team.