New York Jets offensive tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson is retiring, according to ESPN.
Ferguson, 32, is a former Pro Bowl blocker.
Ferguson is a fourth overall pick in 2006.
Ferguson played every game for 10 seasons, making 167 consecutive starts.
Ferguson missed one snap in 10 years.
The Jets asked for a paycut, but he's reportedly retiring because of his performance slipping.
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