Former Colts and Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has retired from the NFL after 17 seasons.
Rivers, now 39-years-old, spent his first 16 seasons with the San Diego and LA Chargers before playing for the Colts for his final season.
Rivers threw for a career total 63,440 passing yards for 421 touchdowns and 209 interceptions.
He’s posted a good 95.2 career average rating as well.
Rivers has made $243,917,656 in NFL contracts through his career, mainly with CAA Sports Agency.
According to Rotoworld, Rivers will become the head coach at St. Michael Catholic High School in Alabama.