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Tyrell Sutton retires

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Don't you have to do something before you're allowed to retire?

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I wish nothing but the best for him. Intelligent, hard working, and seemingly good guy. I really liked him for us, and was sad when we let him go. If you're reading this Tyrell good luck in your next life-challenge!

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Yeah I thought he was awesome what little time he played for us

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Surprised to hear he is done. Best wishes to him.

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It is better to retire on your own terms then to let others retire it for you. Best of luck to Sutton and hope he is successful in whatever he does next!

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Damn, I loved him. Sad to see that he didn't get the chances he deserved, I still think he's better than some of the league's starters and probably 90+ percent of the backups.

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He was never durable enough to be consistent when he was with us.

Best wishes to him.

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