Rhett Ellison has announced his retirement from the NFL after eight seasons.
Ellison missed the final six games of 2019 with a months-long concussion. He wasn't going to be back with the Giants at his $7.18 million cap hit, but there would have been a market for Ellison in free agency. Ellison spent most of his career blocking, but he managed a 118/1,189/7 line over eight seasons. His retirement clears $5 million in cap space for the Giants. Mar 09 11:53 am (EST)
- Ellison (concussion) is considering retirement, Ryan Dunleavy of the NY Post reports.
- The New York Post reports Giants TE Rhett Ellison is considering retirement after a concussion ended his 2019 season.
- Ellison (concussion) could be a cap casualty this offseason, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. All Rhett Ellison News
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