The Pro-Bowl Offensive Lineman Hangs Up His Jersey After 13 Years
Baltimore Ravens’ eight-time Pro Bowler and former 2007 third-round pick Marshal Yanda will be announcing his retirement in a conference at 11 a.m. EST Wednesday.
The 13-year offensive lineman veteran who is 35, played all his seasons with the Ravens. During the conference head coach John Harbaugh, vice president Ozzie Newman, and general manager Eric DeCosta will accompany him.
Forever a Raven.
After 13 incredible seasons, Marshal Yanda is calling it a career. pic.twitter.com/rMCIfJZoFm
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 10, 2020
Yanda is one of three guards in history to make the Pro Bowl eight times and win a Super Bowl. With his retirement, the Ravens free up $7 million in cap space. His backup Ben Powers may fill his spot, the other options would be the upcoming NFL Draft or free agency.