36-year-old San Francisco 49ers center Alex Mack is retiring after 13 career seasons.
Mack, a seven-time Pro-Bowler, recently restructured his contract with the 49ers, which led to rumors that he might be hanging it up.
NFL reporter Michael Silver confirmed the news:
Mack spent his first seven seasons with the Cleveland Browns before joining the Atlanta Falcons in 2016 on a $45 million contract.
He went on to sign a three-year, $14.85 million deal with the 49ers in 2021, before ultimately deciding to retire today.
Mack earned a total of $82,978,068 in NFL contracts in his 13 years played.
In his final season last year, the veteran started all 17 games for San Francisco earning his final Pro-Bowl appearance.
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