Another former member of the Green Bay Packers is retiring.
Josh Sitton announced Thursday he was hanging his cleats up after 11 years in the NFL. A fourth-round pick in 2008, Sitton spent his first eight years with the Packers. He played in 121 games and started 112, earning second-team All-Pro honors from 2013 to 2015. He was also selected to the Pro Bowl four times.
Sitton joins several former Packers’ teammates in calling it a career this offseason. That includes offensive lineman T.J. Lang, wide receiver Jordy Nelson and fullback John Kuhn, who, like Sitton, were a part of Green Bay’s Super Bowl XLV championship team.
After being cut by Green Bay just before the 2016 season, the 32-year-old Sitton spent two seasons with Chicago and then his final year with Miami.