Online betting fans know that the average NFL career only lasts 3.7 years – which is a sad irony given the fact that you have to play for 4 seasons in the league to qualify for a pension. Some careers are cut short by injury – such as the neck injuries that Dallas Cowboys wideouts Michael Irvin and Drew Pearson suffered that made retirement the wisest option. Other careers are cut short because of some brushes with the law, such as the Colts’ Marvin Harrison and the Patriots’ Aaron Hernandez – at least so far. Here is a look at some other players who may find that their career ends after the 2015 campaign.
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