Veteran offensive lineman Jared Veldheer stated in a statement to NFL Community on Thursday that he designs to retire following he was suspended for six video games by the league.
Veldheer, 33, stated in a statement to NFL Community that a Clomid prescription resulted in the suspension. He stated he was getting the treatment mainly because of “abnormally very low” testosterone, which he advised was “prompted from pituitary destruction experienced from recurring blows to the head.”
This will be the next time Veldheer has retired from the NFL. The Green Bay Packers lured him out of retirement in November 2019. He experienced retired earlier that calendar year following signing with the New England Patriots.
He concluded final period with the Packers, who signed him off the Indianapolis Colts’ apply squad through the playoffs. He experienced commenced at left deal with for the Colts in their wild-card playoff decline to the Buffalo Charges and experienced a possibility to become the initial player to play for two unique groups in the very same postseason, but he then examined favourable for COVID-19, protecting against any overall look for Green Bay.
Veldheer was in his next stint with the Packers. He commenced for Green Bay at right deal with in the NFC divisional playoff victory about the Seattle Seahawks the preceding calendar year following Bryan Bulaga turned ill in advance of the match.
He entered the NFL as a third-spherical draft preference of the Oakland Raiders out of Division II Hillsdale College, taking part in in 121 common-period video games (114 starts off) for the Raiders (2010-2013), Arizona Cardinals (2014-2017), Denver Broncos (2018), Packers (2019) and Colts (2020).