Report: Patriots Tackle Announces Sudden Retirement

It was a very short stay with the New England Patriots for offensive tackle Jared Veldheer.

Per ESPN Patriots writer Mike Reiss, the veteran announced that he plans to retire from football after signing with the team just eight days ago.

Veldheer, 31, was drafted in the third round by the Raiders in the 2010 NFL Draft. He went on to play for the Arizona Cardinals from 2014 to 2017 and then the Denver Broncos this past season.

In his career, Veldheer played in 118 games and started in 113 of them.

The tackle joins a list of veterans to retire shortly into their stint in New England which includes wide receivers Eric Decker and Reggie Wayne.

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