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Former New Orleans Saints and Buffalo Bills cornerback Jabari Greer announced his retirement Thursday. Greer, 32, tore his ACL last November while playing for the Saints and decided not to attempt a comeback.

By SI Wire
September 11, 2014

Former New Orleans Saints and Buffalo Bills cornerback Jabari Greer announced his retirement Thursday on ESPN.

​Greer, 32, tore his ACL last November while playing for the Saints and decided not to attempt a comeback.

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Greer played the first five seasons of his career with the Bills after going undrafted in 2004 out of Tennessee. He played the last five seasons with the Saints, winning a Super Bowl ring during his first season with the team.

He finishes his career with 13 interceptions, including four returned for touchdowns, and 348 tackles in 10 seasons.

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