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On The Prowl 2/19: Allen’s Retirement Roundup

Posted Feb 19, 2016

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JARED ALLEN ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT: Jared Allen called it a career and rode off into the sunset after 12 illustrious seasons in the NFL. Carolina acquired the veteran via trade from the Chicago Bears after Week 3 of the 2015 season, returning him to his more natural role as a defensive end in a 4-3 scheme. He started 12 games and recorded 25 tackles, two sacks and 16 quarterback pressures as a member of Carolina’s defensive line rotation. "I am thankful for the opportunity and thankful that they brought me over from Chicago," Allen said during the postseason. "I have never been in a locker room like this, I have been in ones close to it, but this one takes it to a whole different level. When I got here I could just tell that it was special and there was a different feeling. You just want to do anything to fit in and help and I’ve always said this whole year, it has been a humbling experience for me." READ MORE

ALLEN'S FINAL BREAKDOWN: Watch exclusive footage of Allen's message to the Panthers after the final practice of his career prior to Super Bowl 50. 

REPLACING ALLEN: Brandon Croce of Scout.com looks at how Allen's retirement will impact the Panthers' offseason plans. READ MORE

EDLEMAN SALUTES ALLEN: Patriots wide receiver Julian Edleman praised Allen's NFL career and hairstyle. READ MORE

ORLOVSKY THANKS ALLEN: Quarterback Dan Orlovsky congratulated Allen on a great career, recalling a memorable moment both players shared. READ MORE

ALLEN THROUGH THE YEARS: View photos of Allen in action with the Chiefs, Vikings, Bears and Panthers during his 12 season NFL career. VIEW PHOTOS

PANTHERS REACT TO ALLEN'S RETIREMENT: Several players took to social media to pay respect to Jared Allen after his retirement announcement.