Veteran defensive lineman Cory Redding plans to retire after 13 NFL seasons.
Redding, who spent last season with the Cardinals, is 35 and was productive in stints with the Lions, Seahawks, Ravens and Colts.
"I'm leaving the game I've played for 23 years. Thanks to the teams I played for, coaches, teammates, fans and my family 4 their support!," Redding wrote via Twitter.
Redding was released in April after finishing the season on injured reserve because of an ankle injury after 12 games. The move saved the Cardinals $3 million against the 2016 salary cap.
He found little interest on the open market and chose not to hang on to wait for a job and roster spot to open this summer.
Redding had 35.5 career sacks and entered the NFL out of University of Texas as a third-round pick of the Lions. In 2007, after initially being designated the team's franchise player in free agency, Redding signed a $49 million contract that made him the highest-paid defensive tackle in the league.
A groin injury sent Redding to injured reserve in 2008 and he was traded to Seattle in 2009.